Melrose appoints Peter Dilnot as Executive Director

January 11, 2021

Melrose Industries PLC, UK, the parent company of GKN Powder Metallurgy, GKN Aerospace and GKN Automotive, has confirmed the appointment of Peter Dilnot to its board as Executive Director, effective January 1, 2021.

Dilnot has a deep understanding of the Melrose business model, having been appointed as Melrose Chief Operating Officer in April 2019. He also has considerable public company and industrial experience, having previously acted as Chief Executive Officer of Renewi plc prior to joining Melrose, and having been a senior executive at Danaher Corporation prior to this.

Dilnot also has an engineering and aviation background, and was a helicopter pilot in the British Armed Forces.

www.melroseplc.net

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