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Nautor’s Swan names new CEO

Giovanni Pomati 

Giovanni Pomati 

Nautor’s Swan has named Giovanni Pomati as its new CEO. The luxury sailboat builder said in a statement that Pomati would work closely with Nautor’s Swan Group President Leonardo Ferragamo and Vice-President Enrico Chieffi.

Pomati will assume global executive responsibility for all of Nautor’s activities and companies. Pomati worked in the automotive sector for 29 years for the Pirelli Group. He held positions of increasing responsibility and eventually was named senior vice president of industrial operations at global level.

“We have a lot of confidence in Pomati’s entry into Nautor’s Swan to implement the ambition, vision and strategy of our Group and to develop its potential,” said Ferragamo in the statement. “Our company is focused on challenging objectives such as the complete renewal of the product lines, the development of the worldwide brand representation, the reengineering of the manufacturing footprint and the efficiency of the overall group organization.”

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