GREATER SUDBURY, February 4, 2020 – Join the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 as they host Vale Canada’s Chief Operating Officer, Dino Otranto for a President’s Series Luncheon. Mr. Otranto was appointed COO for Vale’s North Atlantic Operations and Asian Refineries in 2019.
WHEN: Tuesday, February 11, 2020, 12:00-2:00 pm
NOTE: Luncheon address is scheduled to begin at approximately 12:50 pm
WHERE: Bryston’s-On-The-Park, 5 Creighton Road, Copper Cliff, ON P0M 1H0
WHO: Dino Otranto, Chief Operating Officer, North Atlantic Operations and Asian Refineries, Vale Base Metals
The public and chamber members can purchase tickets and find more information about the event here. The event is open to the media.
The chamber gratefully acknowledges the support of the following sponsors for making the event possible:
Title Sponsor: HARD-LINE
Gold Sponsor: TESC Contracting Company Ltd.
Silver Sponsor: Pioneer Construction Inc
Bronze Sponsor: Fisher Wavy Inc
About Dino Otranto:
In 2019, Dino Otranto was appointed Chief Operating Officer for Vale’s North Atlantic Operations and Asian Refineries, based out of Sudbury, Ontario. In this role, Mr. Otranto is responsible for leading Vale’s Base Metals operations in Manitoba, Ontario, Newfoundland & Labrador and the UK, as well as two small refineries in China and Japan.
A native of Germany, Mr. Otranto most recently served as Director, Technology & Development for Vale’s global Base Metals business in Toronto. He brings with him many years of operational leadership and experience with global mining companies, including BHP and South 32, where he served as Vice President Operations of the Company’s Worsley Alumina business.
For more information, please contact:
Marketing and Sponsorship Manager
Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce
705-673-7133 ext. 217
The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce represents 750 businesses employing in excess of 35,000 employees and works as the voice of the business community to influence municipal, provincial and federal legislation affecting the business community.