PRESS RELEASE: Susanne Andersson appointed new CFO at ChromoGenics
Susanne Andersson has been appointed new CFO of ChromoGenics and will be part of the company’s executive management team. Susanne has an international Bachelor of Business Administration from the US and 20 years’ international experience from a number of financial management positions, including CFO and investor relations roles within the telecom, mining and logistics industries. Her most recent position was VP, Head of Investor Relations at PostNord. “We are delighted to welcome Susanne to our team. Susanne has a well-proven background in financial management and analysis as well as a broad understanding of financial markets, which will further strengthen our management team,” says Thomas Almesjö, CEO of ChromoGenics. “This is particularly important to ChromoGenics as we are entering the commercialization phase and are starting deliveries of smart windows to the commercial buildings market.”
For further information, please contact: Thomas Almesjö, CEO at ChromoGenics, Tel: +46 18 430 04 50 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
ChromoGenics is a global leader in developing and producing dynamic glass that saves energy and increases comfort. Our unique, proprietary electro chromic technology makes it possible to produce glass with controllable optical properties – it becomes lighter or darker by supplying a small electric current. We call our smart glass ConverLight™. ChromoGenics is located in Uppsala, Sweden. The current 3000 m² production facility includes climate-stabilized cleanroom facilities, production lines for ConverLight glass laminates and testing, a center for high-tech smart materials. The plant has been partly financed by a conditional loan from the Swedish Energy Agency. ChromoGenics was founded in 2003, building on more than 20 years of research on electrochromic materials at the Ångström Laboratory at Uppsala University. The company has more than 20 employees and the main investors are K-Svets Förvaltning (owner of Skandinaviska GlasSystem), NES Partners and Volvo Group Venture Capital.