NOTE Appoints David Krantz VP of Sourcing


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David Krantz will become NOTE’s VP of Sourcing by 1 August. He has long-term experience of procurement, and joins NOTE from Ericsson, where he served as Global Category Group Manager.

David is replacing Markus Norrbom who has resigned from NOTE after nearly 12 years with the group. 

"I’m proud and delighted to be able to introduce David as our new VP of Sourcing. I’m convinced that he will keep developing and advancing NOTE in the sourcing segment," said Stefan Hedelius, CEO and president. 

"The opportunity to work on procurement management for such a well-established leader in electronics manufacturing is an honour. NOTE has a clear focus on delivering value-added for customers through its strong sourcing function. This requires a full-blooded customer focus in combination with strong partnerships with NOTE’s suppliers. I’m looking forward to participating in taking this forward," responded David Krantz.

About NOTE

NOTE is one of the leading Northern European manufacturing and logistics partners for the manufacture of electronics-based products. NOTE produces PCBAs, subassemblies and box build products. NOTE's offering covers the whole product lifecycle, from design to after-sales. NOTE has a presence in Sweden, Finland, the UK, Estonia and China. Sales over the past 12 months were SEK 1,096 million; the group has approximately 900 employees. NOTE is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

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