Mario Dimovski has stepped down as CEO of Plastfix, a business he founded seven years ago.
“It’s been a pleasure working with such amazing people to create an industry-leading brand and build a base of likeminded employees who are the key reason for the ongoing success the Plastfix business achieves,” Dimovski said. “I would like to thank the extended Plastfix family for their loyalty and dedication. I look forward to watching the business grow and further innovate under the management team. A special thanks to our customers, [Capital] S.M.A.R.T and AMA [Group] for the ongoing support and I look forward to watching the new and exciting developments they have planned.
“I must also thank the local collision industry who have been the inspiration behind my drive and thrive to advance sustainability and plastic repairs in the collision repair market.
“As for me, now I will take some time off to spend with my family as we relocate to the USA and prepare for my new and exciting journey later in the year. Meanwhile, I will be helping commercialise Wellm8, working with IBIS as their Global Ambassador to help raise awareness on becoming more open to dealing with mental health and wellbeing.
“Thank you everyone who has been part of the Plastfix journey, it’s been a blast,” Dimovski said.
“We look forward to seeing what new ventures and projects Mario takes part in the future in North America, though we are sure it will be nothing short of spectacular. Good luck and all the best,” Plastfix said in a statement.
The business will continue under the guidance of the current leadership team, including former 3M Director Gordon McRonald and industry advocate Greg Preston. The pair will be supported by senior managers such as Paul Siacola, John Morrissey and Kane Everleigh, who Plastifix said have helped shape the business since its inception.