Loris Spaltini

Loris Spaltini, born in Turin in 1959, is Executive Vice President of Snam Corporate Services since November 2019. He has also been Senior Vice President Supply Chain since May 2018.

With a degree in electrical engineering from the Polytechnic University of Turin and a master's degree in business management, Loris began his career in consultancy, subsequently moving on to the automotive sector, where he took on roles including Organization and Logisitics manager of Gilardini and Industrial Business Director of small electric motor units in Magneti Marelli.

After being appointed Manager of international developments and global sourcing of Fiat Auto in 1998, from 2002 he was named CEO of the Italian company of the Joint Venture between General Motors and Fiat Worldwide Purchasing.

In 2003, he became Head of the Purchasing and Transportation Division of Iveco worldwide, and from 2005, was also responsible for the Worldwide Purchasing Department Manager for Case New Holland (Cnh), managing the project of unification of the global purchasing structure of CNH and IVECO.

Subsequently, from 2008 to 2013, Loris worked in the Fiat Group, holding positions including Head of Cost Reduction and Head of Purchasing Department of the Metallic Sector. In 2009, he also participated in the activities of the Integration team for the acquisition of Chrysler. After being appointed General Manager of Augusta S.p.A. in 2016, from 2017 to 2018, Loris was Director of Purchasing and Supply Chain of ILVA SpA, re-entering the Group in extraordinary administration to assist the transition phase in the search for a new partner. Loris had already worked in ILVA from 2013 to 2015, as Purchasing and Transportation Director.

In his career, Loris has built experiences in the field of business management, purchasing and industrial management, in international and complex contexts both in Italy and abroad, including in North America, Brazil, China, India, Russia and North Africa as well as Europe.
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