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Bianchi boss succeeds Eddie Eccleston

In press release received today from COLIBI, it is stated that Romano Antichi is the new Vice-President of the Brussels’based manufacturer’s association.

Antichi, 58, is the CEO of F.I.V. ed. BIANCHI S.p.A., and Group Cycleurope AB.

He succeeds Eddie Eccleston, who has been COLIBI’s Vice-President for the past three years.

"The international scene is changing rapidly: we have to reflect on and define the evolution of our European industry," said Antichi.

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