Global leader in metal cutting, Sandvik Coromant, has appointed two new members to its management group. Michael Eneberg began his new role as Vice President and Head of Global Sales on May 1, 2022, while Nicolas Dellachiesa will join as Head of Merger & Acquisitions (M&A) in June. Reporting to Sandvik Coromant President, Helen Blomqvist, both Eneberg and Dellachiesa will play vital roles in driving the company’s global growth forward.
Eneberg has a longstanding history with Sandvik Coromant, having worked in roles across the Sandvik Group for 16 years. Starting his career at Sandvik in Sandviken, Sweden in 2003, he then went on to work at Sandvik Tooling and Sandvik Coromant Japan, later becoming Head of Sandvik Coromant Indonesia and Managing Director for Sandvik Indonesia. Prior to his most recent position as CEO for Diamond Tools Group, Eneberg was the General Manager for Sandvik Coromant’s Sales Area South Asia, where he held responsibility for India, Japan and Southeast Asia. He was also Managing Director for Sandvik Japan during this time. Michael holds a master’s degree from Stockholm School of Economics.
As part of his new role, Eneberg will assume full responsibility for the leadership, development, and execution of all aspects of Sandvik Coromant’s global sales initiatives. That includes driving initiatives for Sandvik Coromant’s vast portfolio of metal cutting tools, as well as the growing number of digital services for Industry 4.0.
Crucially, Eneberg is keen to use his experience in Asia to bolster sales across a vital region for Sandvik Coromant. “Having spent many years developing Sandvik Coromant’s presence across the Asia Pacific region, it’s truly exciting to re-join the company in a global role and to be part of the growth plans for this sales area,” said Eneberg. “Additionally, I look forward to collaborating with experts from across the globe, helping to offer Sandvik Coromant’s worldwide customers metal cutting solutions that promote efficiency, reliability and sustainability.”
Dellachiesa, currently Investment Banking M&A Director at Seabury Capital, will join as Vice President and Head of Merger & Acquisitions in June 2022. In this role, Dellachiesa will be responsible for developing Sandvik Coromant’s overall M&A strategy to accelerate acquisitions as well as focusing on value creation, synergy realization and integration. He will lead the M&A team and actively collaborate with other Sandvik divisions, business areas and the wider Sandvik Group.
In addition to an established background in investment banking, Dellachiesa has worked for several manufacturing companies, including notable aerospace OEM, Airbus.
Commenting on the new members of the management team, Sandvik Coromant President Helen Blomqvist said: “Both Michael and Nicolas bring a wealth of experience. Michael brings extensive experience and a solid understanding of the machine tooling industry, combined with customer focus and strong capabilities of growing people and business. In addition, having worked as both an engineer and in several financial roles, Nicolas brings multiple perspectives to his new role, to help us form solid relationships with partners and acquisitions in the future.”
Part of global industrial engineering group Sandvik, Sandvik Coromant is at the forefront of manufacturing tools, machining solutions and knowledge that drive industry standards and innovations demanded by the metalworking industry now and into the next industrial era. Educational support, extensive R&D investment and strong customer partnerships ensure the development of machining technologies that change, lead and drive the future of manufacturing. Sandvik Coromant owns over 1,700 patents worldwide, employs over 7,700 staff, and is represented in 150 countries.
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