New Vice President for SKF Group Demand Chain


Mr. Bo-Inge Stensson has been appointed Senior Vice President, SKF Group Demand Chain, which incorporates Supply Chain and Purchasing. He will take up his position on 15 May 2006. From the same date he will also become a member of the SKF Group Management.

Bo-Inge Stensson joins SKF from Rexam PLC, London, where he was Group Supply Chain Director. Rexam is one of the world's largest consumer packaging groups. He has also held a number of executive positions at companies such as PLM, Electrolux, Arla Foods and ITT Flygt.

Bo-Inge Stensson is 45 and has graduated from Linköping Institute of Technology with a Master of Science in industrial and management engineering.

Source: SKF Group

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