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Hanner appoints Mindaugas Valuckas as new Country Manager in Romania

Hanner Romania is implementing management changes, following the new dynamics of the company portfolio and team evolution on the local market.

2018-02-16 12:02:32

Mindaugas Valuckas is now the Country Manager for Hanner Romania. The company has recently finalized sales for the residential project The Park, 460 apartments and amenities, a project worth over 40 million Euro of investment.

Subsequently, Hanner has started construction works for a mixed-use bold development, consisting of four monuments, new buildings and public spaces, in an effort to restore and convert the former Grivita Beer Factory.

Hanner Group OU investments in Romania amount to over 100 million Euro. Currently all efforts are focusing on the beer factory restoration, called Fosta Fabric─â, but the company is still on a lookout for new investment opportunities. Hanner Group is present on markets such as Lithuania, Latvia, Romania, Ukraine, Russia and Belarus.

Mindaugas Valuckas is currently Member of the board of Hanner Group OU, the largest real estate developer in Lithuania, with over 16 years' experience in Central and Eastern Europe.

In 2009 he was appointed member of the board of Hanner AB and in 2013 he became CEO and member of the board of Hanner Group OU, the holding company of Hanner group of companies. He thus became directly responsible for all company activities with special focus on Latvian and Romanian projects.



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