Reliefed AB

New board members reinforce Reliefed's board

Pressmeddelande   •   Jun 24, 2019 10:30 CEST

At Reliefed's shareholders' meeting on May 15, 2019, Tove Langlet and Henrik Otendal were elected as new members of the Board. The strengthening of the board is yet another step in the company's ambitions to grow faster in an international market with leading market actors.

Tove Langlet is a professional board member and experienced business developer in both privately owned and listed companies. She has extensive experience as a management consultant, among other things, within logistics and production, portfolio company development at IK Investment Partners, as well as from divestments and change management.

Henrik Otendal is an economist with experience of strategy and business development in a global arena. In roles as CFO, CTO and CEO in companies such as Getinge Sterilization, Sander Meson Group, Nitator etc, Henrik has, in addition to his long experience of board work, also a broad palette of knowledge in finance, M&A, controlling, HR and organizational development.

- We are very happy and proud to welcome Tove and Henrik to Reliefed's board. Their extremely solid experience of developing companies in an expansion phase in a global market will be very important in our continued work to move forward Reliefed's positions, ”says Magnus Rehn, chairman of Reliefed's board.

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Mikael Eklund, CEO of Reliefed Technologies +46 (0) 703 80 07 96

Reliefed Technologies offers product development and manufacturing companies an innovative, cost-effective and energy-efficient way to mass-produce 3D components/products. Commercialization is carried out in close cooperation with industrial partners and is delivered either as finished products or licensed for the customer's own production. Extensive know-how combined with intellectual property rights based on the patented 3D-iExtrusion® technology enables 10-40 percent of materials and weight savings, 10-20 percent higher heat transfer capacity, 20-80 percent lower production costs and 20-70 percent lower energy consumption in production.