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Thursday | October 22 | 2020

Mojca Mia Berger is the new CFO of Slovenian paper mill Vipap Videm Krško

RIDG Holding Group, the new Czech owner of Slovenian paper mill Vipap Videm Krško, continues to restructure and modernize teh company.

The top management is newly expanded by Mojca Mia Berger, the new CFO, and Aleš Lavrič, Director of Logistics.

Last November, the company appointed the new CEO Petr Domin, and in March it introduced the new HR Director Vesna Kemper.

The new management aims to streamline the operation of the company and to increase its flexibility, the level of education of its employees, and the profitability of the company.

Who is Mojca Mia Berger

Mojca Mia Berger has previously worked as the Head of Finance & Controlling for American & Efird (A&E Europe). She has extensive experience not only at the local but also at the regional level.

During her 20-year career, she has held senior positions in the finance departments of Hewlett-Packard, Knauf Insulation, and the Imperial Tobacco Group.

Mojca Mia Berger graduated from the Faculty of Economics at the University of Ljubljana.

I am glad to expand Vipap’s management and participate in the development of its strategy, including restructuring and subsequent optimization… I will primarily focus on improving work with data and the management information system,Mojca Mia Berger explains her role at Vipap Videm Krško.

New investments in the paper mill

The company’s latest investments in the paper mill include the installation of a new WIN CC operating system in machines or the modernization of a cutting unit worth € 350.000 (more than CZK 9 million).

Last year a new bearing roller worth € 89.500 (almost CZK 2.5 million) was installed, and this April also a second support roller with a new elastic lining worth € 47.500 (over CZK 1.2 million).

These investments are among the key steps that are turning Vipap Videm Krško into one of the most modern paper mills in Central Europe.

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