Stupenengo was appointed as CEO and also General Manager of Landi Renzo. As if to say, welcome back on board, after having parted ways with the IVECO Group. After a quarter of a century in the upper ranks of the Turin-based group, whose leadership of FPT Industrial is clearly remembered, the time has come for another challenge for the executive: to enhance the Landi Renzo Group’s to further strengthen its position in the sustainable mobility and, in particular, in the Mid&Heavy Duty vehicles sector, which is key for the Group’s development.

After she moved from IVECO, Stupenengo became CEO of Landi Renzo Group

Management engineer, a 1996 graduate of the Politecnico di Torino, the Polytechnic University of Turin, she was named one of the 100 most influential women in hi-tech engineering by the Financial Times in 2019. In the time between she left from IVECO Group head quarter (at the time, she was COO) and her appointment as Managing Director and General Manager of Landi Renzo, Annalisa Stupenengo was appointed to the Board of Directors and the Remuneration and Appointments Committee of Prysmian (the former Pirelli Cables, renamed Prysmian after its acquisition by Goldman Sachs Capital Partners on 28 July 2005). Stupenengo takes over from Cristiano Musi, who will continue as CEO of SAFE&Cec and Safe; he will moreover take the role of CEO of Idro Meccanica, all Landi Renzo Group’s subsidiaries, which design and market advanced systems for the compression and management of natural gas, biomethane and hydrogen from the ‘post-generation’ phase to the midstream and final distribution at refuelling stations or in industrial applications.

Quoting Stupenengo, Stefano Landi e Musi

Annalisa Stupenengo, CEO of Landi Renzo, stated: “I am delighted to join Landi Renzo Group: a pioneer in the energy transition, which – thanks to its international footprint and its state-of-the-art technological know-how – was able to stand out as a leading player in the hydrogen, biomethane and natural gas’s compression and distribution industry. I look forward to putting my experience at the service of the Group and to working with the Chairman Stefano Landi and the members of the Board of Directors, whom I would like to thank for the appreciation and trust they have placed in me, and to start working with the entire team.

Stefano Landi, Chairman of Landi Renzo: “Thanks to Annalisa Stupenengo’s appointment as CEO at Landi Renzo, as well as with the prosecution of the role of Cristiano Musi as CEO at SAFE&CEC, Safe and Idro Meccanica we wanted to further speed up the whole Group’s growth path, in particular the Clean Tech Solutions sector, in line with the development strategy pursued over recent years. Thanks to Annalisa Stupenengo’s expertise, we will be able to increasingly position ourselves in the segment of components for off-road applications fuelled by natural gas, biomethane, LPG or hydrogen, which is experiencing a strong momentum.

Cristiano Musi, CEO of SAFE&CEC, Safe and Idro Meccanica: “I am very pleased to be able to focus on SAFE&CEC, Safe and Idro Meccanica, I helped establish from 2017 onwards. In recent years we have invested heavily in the Clean Tech Solutions sector and the results have paid off, showing continuous growth. We are firmly convinced that this sector will play a driving role not only for our Group but also in the energy transition path involving economies all over the world, and that will not be possible without the use of biomethane and hydrogen. My commitment and dedication will be aimed at developing even more our presence within this important market.”

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