Tharsus Group Tharsus Group has appointed Joni Rautavuori as the brand new CEO of its, bringing twenty-five years of manufacturing automation expertise on the Blyth based robotics company.
As CEO, Rautavuori is going to oversee Tharsus Groups’ robotics firm, the machines, Tharsus, and sub-companies, and the metal fabrication business Universal Wolf. The company’s founder, Brian Palmer, is going to continue in the part of his while supporting the brand new CEO.
In between 2015 as well as 2020, Rautavuori led ABB’s Global Solutions and Robots small business from the UK and headed early-phase tech businesses with a focus on sustainability as being a CEO.
Brian Palmer, founding father of Tharsus Group, said: “Joni is the perfect individual to supply the subsequent stage of development for Tharsus Group as the brand new CEO of its and also contributes remarkable industrial expertise of the manufacturing as well as robotics room. Joni is skilled at building & leading collaborative teams. Their expertise of his can help shape the organization as we expand the core business parts of ours and build new offerings.”
Rautavuori said: “I think the company, as well as its employees, are well-positioned to help market unlock transformative possibilities and I look ahead to becoming a part of its continued success.”
Tharsus happens to be partnered with Ocado after 2012, helping style the internet grocery delivery company’s independent factory robots.
In 2021, Tharsus Group added former Dyson CEO Martin McCourt as a member of the board of its. Past last year, airers4you acted as a specialist to release Connect R, which is believed to function as the “world’s very first modular robot created to develop critical structures modular robot designed to develop critical structures”. Tharsus delivered engineering as well as development support on this particular project.
Tharsus Group had also been selected to join Tech Nation’s Future 50 program, and that is among Europe’s development programs for late-stage tech scale-ups. Tharsus noted a revenue increase of forty % in 2021, together with doubled pre-tax earnings.