Magnus Edin is leaving his position as CEO for SunPine
After almost seven years as CEO for SunPine, Magnus Edin is leaving his position in January 2020.
Recruitment of a new CEO has begun.
After seven years of expansion, Magnus Edin is now leaving his position as SunPine’s CEO. He will be taking up a position as CEO for Lindbäcks Bygg.
“I am proud and grateful for the time I’ve had here and the remaining period until 15 January 2020. I’m grateful that I had the chance to get to know you all and work together with all of SunPine’s skilled and committed employees. You have always exceeded expectations and achieved impressive results.”
“SunPine has enjoyed, and continues to enjoy, fantastic development. Today the company is well-equipped to meet a continued exciting, challenging future with expansion and a new plant. I’ll be following the continued development of SunPine from a distance and with great interest. Now, the important thing for me is to finish my assignment with SunPine in the best possible way up until 15 January.”
“I’d like to give great thanks for the cooperation of those of you who worked closest to me; you have taught me much and I’m convinced you’ll continue to develop SunPine.”
“I would like to thank the Board for its cooperation and the great trust placed in me. I would also like to thank our owners, Sveaskog, Södra, Preem and Lawter, for their investments and the confidence they’ve shown in SunPine. And special thanks to Lars Stigsson, SunPine’s founder.”
“Many thanks to everyone at SunPine, and I wish you all the very best!”
Viveka Beckeman, Chairman of the Board of SunPine, Chief Legal Officer, Sveaskog:
“Magnus Edin has led SunPine during an expansion phase with good profitability, and we hope that he is equally as successful in his position at Lindbäcks Bygg.”
“We will now initiate the recruiting process for a new CEO. Magnus Edin will continue as our CEO until 15 January 2020.”
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