Wärtsilä announces start date for new CEO

Wärtsilä's incoming chief executive will soon assume his new position. He replaces Jaakko Eskola, who is set to retire soon.

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Finnish supplier Wärtsilä appointed a new chief executive in the form of Håkan Agnevall in the fall, but now the time has come for the CEO to finally take over the company, says Wärtsilä in a press release.

First, Wärtsilä said that Agnevall would assume his new position by April at the latest, but the company now announces that the change will happen on Feb. 1.

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