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Scania AB

Scania AB

Sector: Motor Vehicles And Passenger Car Bodies Region: Sweden


: | NASDAQ OMX Stockholm: SCV.B | OTC Markets: SVKBY


Scania is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of trucks and buses for heavy transport applications, and of industrial and marine engines. Service-related products account for a growing proportion of the company’s operations, assuring Scania customers of cost-effective transport solutions and maximum uptime. Scania also offers financial services. Scania was founded in 1891 and is headquartered in Södertälje, Sweden.

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Executives

Martin Lundstedt , President and CEO
Born: 1967. Joined Scania in 1992. Education: MSc Industrial Engineering and Management. Shares in Scania: 7,298 B shares. After obtaining his Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and Management, Martin Lundstedt joined Scania in 1992 as a trainee. He commenced his career at Scania working within the Engine production as Production Engineer, and thereafter as Manager in the field of Engine production. In 2001 Martin Lundstedt became Managing Director of Scania Production Angers in France. He came back to Sweden in 2005 and became Head of Product Marketing, and was one year later appointed Senior Vice President and Head of Trucks. Martin Lundstedt was appointed Executive Vice President and Head of Franchise and Factory Sales in 2007. 2012 Martin Lundstedt was appointed President and CEO of Scania AB.
Jan Ytterberg , Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer
Born: 1961. Joined Scania in 1987. Education: BSc Bachelor of Science in Business administration and Economics. Shares in Scania: 10,512 B shares. Jan Ytterberg graduated from the University of Stockholm in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science in Business and economics. He joined Scania as trainee the same year and took his first management position in 1991. Shortly thereafter he became Head of group accounting and in 1996 he took the position as Marketing director at Scania Finance. After that he left Sweden in 1998 to become Director of Administration and Finance at Scania Hispania S.A. In 2002 he took the position as Finance Director of Scania Latin America and two years later he was back in Sweden and was appointed Senior Vice President Corporate Control. In 2006 Jan Ytterberg was appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.
Kent Conradson, Executive Vice President, Head of Human Resources
Kent Conradson graduated 1988 with a Bachelor of Science in Business administration and Economics. Between 1979 and 1996 he held various positions within the areas of Foreign Assembly Projects, Parts, After Sales Services and Busniess Development and Control. He left Sweden 1996 to become Finance Director for Scania Australia Pty Ltd. He remained until 1999 when he took the position as Chief Financial Director at Scania Great Britain Ltd. 2002 Kent Conradson returned to Sweden for the post of Vice President, Business Development and Control 2006 he took up the position of Vice President, Head of Corporate Control and Governance and in 2009 he was appointed Vice President, Head of Executive Resources. Kent Conradson became Senior Vice President, Head of Human Resources Support in 2011 and 2012 he was appointed Executive Vice President, Head of Human Resources.
Andrea Fuder, Executive Vice President, Head of Purchasing
Andrea Fuder joined Scania in 2012. After graduation, MBA, Andrea joined Volkswagen AG, where she held various positions. She has also worked at Bentley Mot. Crewe. Her most recent position in Volkswagen AG was Head of Group Purchasing Interior. Andrea Fuder was appointed Executive Vice President and Head of Purchasing in 2012.
Per Hallberg, Executive Vice President, Head of Production and Logistics
After obtaining his Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and Economics, Per Hallberg joined Scania in 1977. At first working within the Industrial engineering area as Project Engineer, then changing into the field of Material planning. First as manager for Planning and Material control and then Material Manager at the Chassis Assembly. In 1985 Per Hallberg became Manager of Central Planning and Logistics and five years later he was appointed Technical Director for Scania Buses & Coaches. In 1997 he became Managing Director of Scania Nederland. Late 1999 he entered the position of Senior Vice President of Powertrain Production and Development. Per Hallberg was appointed Executive Vice President and Head of Production and Procurement Scania AB in 2001. In 2010 he was appointed Executive Vice President and Head of Research and Development, Purchasing. Per Hallberg was appointed Executive Vice President and Head of Production and Logistics in 2012.
Henrik Henriksson, Executive Vice President, Head of Franchise and Factory Sales
After graduation, BSc, Henrik Henriksson joined Scania in 1997 as Management trainee. 1999 Henrik became Area Sales Manager within Sales and Marketing and between 2001 and 2004 he was Export Director within Scania South Africa Pty Ltd in Johannesburg, South Africa. Henrik returned to Sweden in 2004 and became Sales Director within Scania Buses and Coaches. 2006 he was appointed Vice President, Deputy Head of Scania Buses and Coaches. 2007 he took the position Senior Vice President, Head of Trucks. Henrik Henriksson was appointed Executive Vice President and Head of Franchise and Factory Sales in 2012.
Christian Levin, Executive Vice President, Head of Sales and Services Management
Christian Levin joined Scania in 1994, the same year as he obtained his Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He commenced his career at Scania as a marketing trainee and took up his first management position in 1997. In 2001 he became Director of Product Marketing and in 2005 he took the position as Managing Director, Scania Schweiz AG. Prior to his current position Christian Levin was managing Director of Italscania S.p.A. In 2010 he was appointed Executive Vice President and Head of Sales and Services Management.
Harald Ludanek, Executive Vice President, Head of Research and Development
Harald Ludanek joined Scania in 2012. After graduation, Dr.-Ing, Harald joined Volkswagen AG, where he held various positions. He has also worked at Skoda Auto MIBol/CZ. Before he joined Scania he was Head of Vehicle Development at Volkswagen AG. Harald Ludanek was appointed Executive Vice President and Head of Research and Development.

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