Finn Schlitterlau leaves Falcon

Finn Schlitterlau a former owner of Danish spider lift manufacturer Falcon Lift, has left the business to manage a Polish company.

He has bee appointed as chief executive of ACO-SiccaDania in Poland, formed by the merger of Aco Engineering and SiccaDania in May. Both were associated with Danish parent companies. He takes up the new job in October and build special vessels and equipment for the food processing and other industries.
Finn Schlitterlau

He joined Skako Lift as chief executive in 2010 which owned Falck Schmidt and Denka as a division of construction materials conglomerate Skako. In 2011 he set up TCA with financial director Thyge Mikkelsen and led the MBO of Falck Schmidt, rebranding as the products as TCA. In 2017 the two sold a majority stake to Danish private equity firm Generationsskifte Invest with the name changing to Falcon last year. He left the company in July.


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