GREATER SUDBURY, March 17, 2021 – The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce will host
Dino Otranto, Chief Operating Officer, Vale’s North Atlantic Operations and Asian Refineries, for
a virtual President’s Series Address on Tuesday, March 23 from 12:00 – 1:00 pm. The topic of Mr.
Otranto’s address is ‘Transforming for Sustainable Mining’. The chamber will also be hosting a
virtual networking session prior to Mr. Otranto’s address.
WHEN: Tuesday, March 23, 2021, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
WHERE: Online – via Zoom
WHO: Dino Otranto, Chief Operating Officer, Vale’s North Atlantic Operations and Asian Refineries
TICKETS: $45 Members | $60 General Admission
REGISTRATION: President’s Series Address with Dino Otranto, Vale
Tickets include a $20 voucher to select chamber member restaurants, valid from March 23rd – June 30th. Participating restaurants include:
• Apollo Restaurant
• Boston Pizza Sudbury
• Gus’s Restaurant
• La Fromagerie
• M.I.C. Canadian Eatery and Whisky Pub
• Respect is Burning Supperclub
• Shoeless Joe’s
Media members wishing to attend the event should contact the chamber for their virtual
The chamber gratefully acknowledges the support of the following sponsors for making the event
Gold Sponsors: Fisher Wavy Inc., Pioneer Construction Inc., Technica Mining
Silver Sponsors: Northern Ontario School of Medicine, Stingray Hot 93.5, Stingray Rewind 103.9 Bronze Sponsor: Ethier Sand and Gravel Ltd.
About Dino Otranto:
Dino Otranto is the Chief Operating Officer for Vale’s North Atlantic Operations and Asian
Refineries. He was appointed to his position in 2019, based out of Sudbury, Ontario. In this role, he
is responsible for leading Vale’s Base Metals operations in Manitoba, Ontario, Newfoundland &
Labrador, the United Kingdom and Asia.
A native of Germany, Mr. Otranto joined Vale in 2018 as Base Metals Chief Technical Officer. He
brings with him many years of operational leadership and experience with global mining companies,
including BHP and South 32.
For more information, please contact:
Policy & Communications Manager
Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce represents 850 businesses employing in excess of 43,000 employees and
works as the voice of the business community to influence municipal, provincial and federal legislation affecting the
Download the media advisory here.