New ABS Product Supply Director

16.12.2005

As from 1st December Rikard Nilsson assumed responsibility as Product Supply Director for ABS Group, taking over the vacant position after Inge Olausson.

New ABS Product Supply Director

Rikard Nilsson is new Product Supply Director for ABS Group (photo: ABS).

Previously working for Dresser Wayne, a manufacturing company with a turnover of 80 million EUR, Nilsson has gathered extensive and in depth experience from product supply and manufacturing processes. He has a Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering.

“I am happy for being entrusted with the responsibility as Product Supply Director and I’m sure that it will be a both rewarding and challenging task”, Rikard Nilsson says.

Source: Sulzer Ltd.

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