Kitron CEO Peter Nilsson Returns to Work


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CEO Peter Nilsson returns to his duties on Monday 30 September 2019 after the medical leave as previously announced.

Cathrin Nylander, who has been acting CEO in Nilsson’s absence, will continue in her ordinary role as CFO.

"The board is thrilled that Peter’s treatment has been successful and look forward to having him back and heading Kitron towards the company’s ambitious targets. The board would also like to thank Cathrin and the rest of the management group for an excellent job in Peter’s absence," said Tuomo Lähdesmäki, chairman of the board.

About Kitron

Kitron is one of Scandinavia's leading electronics manufacturing services companies for the Defence/Aerospace, Energy/Telecoms, Industry, Medical devices and Offshore/Marine sectors. The company is located in Norway, Sweden, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, China and the United States. Kitron had revenues of about NOK 2.6 billion in 2018 and has about 1 700 employees. www.kitron.com

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