Envirotainer appoints new COO

Envirotainer has appointed Johan Nordenberg, currently head of cold chain services, as its new chief operating officer.
Nordenberg will succeed Gabriel Andersson, who has accepted the position as chief executive of supply chain IT provider Extend, from August.
Envirotainer chief executive Simon Angeldorff said: “We regret that Gabriel is leaving Envirotainer but supports his decision to take the next step in his career.
"Given the growth path that Envirotainer is currently tracking we will continue a dialogue with Gabriel in his new role in order to benefit from his services as a senior resource within the industry, in order to help us to ensure continuity and the company’s future development.”
Angeldorff added: “Johan Nordenberg has a long and successful background in the supply chain and medical technology industries, including executive positions.
"We are looking forward to the strategic insight and management experience he will bring to the organisation in his new role
"I am certain that operations, IT and cold chain cervices, under his leadership, will continue to bring forth industry-leading and value added products and services for our customers and partners.”
Nordenberg said he would focus on continuing to drive "operational excellence in the logistic chains" and "enable enhanced value added services through our cold chain services combined with in depth industry knowledge".
He added: "We will also continue to invest in superior IT solutions. From my perspective we have a unique opportunity to make the company even more successful in the years to come.”

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