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July 24

Fredrik Emilson appointed new CEO of Höganäs AB

Fredrik Emilson has been appointed new President and CEO of Höganäs AB. Fredrik has been responsible for the company’s business in Asia since 2012 and prior to that he held the same position in Europe for two years. He succeeds Melker Jernberg, who will leave the company.

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July 04

Höganäs installs 3D printer for CETIM

A 3D printer developed by Höganäs has successfully been installed at CETIM, the French industrial institute. The printer is part of a license agreement that was signed last year.

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July 03

CEO Melker Jernberg to leave Höganäs for Volvo

Höganäs’ CEO, Melker Jernberg, will leave the company to assume a position as President of Volvo Construction Equipment.
- Melker has made important contributions towards the further development of Höganäs’ business strategy, culture and organisation, for which the Board and the owners express their thanks. While I regret that Melker cannot see all those initiatives through to a full implementation, I wish him success in his new position, says Staffan Bohman, Chairman of the Höganäs Board of Directors

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June 26

Höganäs celebrates 60 years in Japan

On June 20, Höganäs celebrated 60 years in Japan. Invited guests, customers and suppliers, as well as employees, took part in the ceremony and technical seminars that were held at the Swedish Embassy in Tokyo.

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June 12

The next step: reusing waste heat and carbon dioxide could create 60-80 new jobs

WA3RM and Höganäs AB today take the next step in their collaboration to reuse waste heat and carbon dioxide from Höganäs’ operations. The goal is to establish some form of agricultural operations, and WA3RM is now inviting five players to submit proposals.

“We want to contribute to the local community as much as we possibly can,” says Nicklas Lång, Senior Vice President Sustainability at Höganäs AB. “By delivering our waste heat and carbon dioxide, we can both benefit the environment and help create new job opportunities.”

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