Christer Engnér has been employed since 31 August 2012 as interim CEO of SenseAir. The board of SenseAir now has the pleasure of announcing that Christer Engnér is taking over the post of CEO of the concern on a permanent basis.
Christer Engnér will take up the post of CEO on the 1st March 2013 and will therefore become head of the whole concern, with 120 employees. The decision is based on the concern’s business strategy. In the future the company plans to expand in new segments of the gas sensor business and further strengthen its position as a world leader in its field.
– During his time as interim CEO Christer has quickly got to know the company and given evidence of very good leadership skills, which strengthen the company’s management functions. We are very glad that Christer has been able to commit to us, says Gunnar Boman, Chairman of SenseAir.
–It is very pleasing to receive this extension of confidence in my ability to develop a dynamic and exciting company like SenseAir with its investment in the gas sensors of tomorrow. Together we will continue to build a professional company that is ready to meet the challenges of the future, says Christer Engnér.
Christer Engnér has long experience of managing technological companies on both the technological and financial sides. He has previously been CEO of Gäddede Elektronik, an electronics supplier in Sweden, and Genetech Systems Sweden, a supplier of reserve power system solutions.
SenseAir AB is an expanding, innovation-based gas sensor company with an environment-friendly profile, situated in Dellenbygden in Hälsingland, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The company develops and produces infrared gas sensors and has a world-wide market. With 20 years of experience and through cooperation with various high-tech consortiums SenseAir has acquired a large and broad technology base and unique know-how in production methods for gas meters. The company is a world leader in its field. Our sensors can be used for: demand-controlled ventilation, personnel safety, growth maximisation, future health care, indoor and outdoor climate monitoring, energy optimisation etc.