Michael Delaney, Ryme's New CEO


Michael Delaney has been appointed as the new CEO of Ryme. In his new position, he will be responsible for the management and coordination of all the departments involved in Ryme's activity, with excellence in management and the growth of the company as strategic pillars.

The new CEO recently joined the company after the acquisition by Worldwide Environmental Products (Worldwide) of most of Ryme's shares, as CEO, a position from which he led the firm's transformation and diversification strategy, consolidating its positioning and reinforcing its development, always with the customer as its main objective.

With a master's degree in Business Administration at the Escuela de Alta Dirección y Administración (EADA) in Barcelona.Michael Delaney has years of experience in the global vehicle inspection industry, with extensive sales, marketing and management experience, and is used to working in dynamic, international environments, demonstrating his leadership, strategic thinking and team management skills.

Throughout his career, he has worked extensively within Worldwide, where he held the position of CDO, consolidating the company's growth by expanding its network of partners and customers globally. His main role has been to introduce new technologies and innovative data platforms, using automation based on IT security to build economically advantageous models.

"Worldwide has been working with Ryme for the past two years, so there is already a solid understanding of how the companies operate together".

"The synergies between Worldwide and Ryme are bringing something to the vehicle inspection industry that currently does not exist and we have already started to see the value of the partnership. I am excited to continue working with Ryme's talented staff, albeit now in a different role as MD/CEO, as we continue to innovate with new technologies and expand our presence globally. We are also pleased to announce that the partnership between the two companies is already bearing fruit in the very short term, with Worldwide / Ryme having already been awarded major contracts in different regions of the world".