Framo’s New CEO Settles Into Role


Sameer Kalra has passed the helm of pumping system manufacturer Framo over to newly appointed CEO, Martijn Bergink.

Framo’s New CEO Settles Into Role

Newly appointed Framo CEO Martijn Bergink (Image: Framo AS)

The former CEO of Framo, Sameer Kalra, has officially handed responsibility for the business to Bergink, as Kalra moves across to parent company Alfa Laval as the new head of the Alfa Laval Marine Division and a member of the Alfa Laval Group Management.

As CEO of Framo and President of Business Unit Pumping Systems, Bergink will be based in Bergen, Norway. Formerly President of Business Unit Boiler and Gas System at Alfa Laval, he has held various positions within Alfa Laval since 1998. Educated as a chemical engineer, Bergink holds an McS degree in Chemistry.

On his appointment to the role, Bergink commented: “I am thrilled to have been offered the opportunity to lead Framo. Framo has a great customer centric culture, with a real focus on quality. I am looking forward to building on Framo’s success whilst simultaneously ensuring we remain focused on delivering the very best quality products and service to our customers.”

Source: Framo AS

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