Pressmeddelande

Executive Vice President of AddLife Resigns

21.08.2017 - 19:30

AddLife's Executive Vice President Artur Aira has decided to resign from the company.

In connection with the resignation AddLife will reorganize its management team and not replace the EVP position in order to create a more efficient organization and a smoother decision-making between business area managers and CEO.

Before joining AddLife, Artur Aira held the position as head of business area Life Science within Addtech. When AddLife was formed, as a spin-off from Addtech in 2015, Artur Aira was appointed Executive Vice President in the new company.

"My mission as EVP has been to contribute to continuity and development of AddLife as an independent company. During this time, we’ve also listed AddLife on the stock exchange along with securing an over-all positive development of the company. I’ve now come to the conclusion that my mission within AddLife is completed and it's time for me to move on an take on new challenges elsewhere", says Artur Aira.

“Artur Aira has been a great asset to AddLife during the company’s establishment phase as a listed company. When Artur now chooses to move forward, we express our gratitude and wish him luck”, says Kristina Willgård, CEO.

Stockholm 21 August 2017

AddLife AB (publ)

For further information, please contact
Kristina Willgård, CEO, AddLife AB, +46 705 10 12 23, (kristina.willgard@add.life)
   

AddLife is an independent player in Life Science that offers high-quality products, services and advice to both the private and public sector, mainly in the Nordic region. AddLife has about 600 employees in some 35 subsidiaries that operate under their own brands. The Group has annual sales of about SEK 2.0 billion. AddLife shares are listed on NASDAQ Stockholm. 

This information is information that AddLife AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 19:30 CET on 21 August.