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Peter Sävelin new Mill Director at Vallvik Mill

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Rottneros has appointed Peter Sävelin as Mill Director at Vallvik Mill. Peter most recently comes from BillerudKorsnäs, where he held the position as Senior Technology Specialist. He will take office no later than 1 January 2020 and will be part of the Rottneros Group Management Team.

Peter SävelinPeter Sävelin“I am very pleased that Peter will take over as Mill Director at Vallvik Mill. Vallvik has taken a number of decisive steps in recent years when it comes to both capacity growth and safety as well as leader- and employeeship. New production records and a wonderful drive in the organization are clear evidence of the success. I am convinced that Peter will continue to develop the mill to new heights thanks to his strong leadership skills and solid competence”, says Lennart Eberleh, President and CEO of Rottneros.

“I feel proud and happy but at the same time also humbled by the task. I am looking forward to taking the overall responsibility for Vallvik Mill and getting to know all the employees in the goal-oriented organization. It is also exciting to be part of the management team of a listed company with a clear focus on creating shareholder value combined with high sustainability ambitions”, says Peter Sävelin.

For more information please contact:
Lennart Eberleh, President and CEO, Rottneros AB, +46 (0)270 622 65, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rottneros is an independent producer of market pulp. The Group comprises the parent company Rottneros AB, listed on NASDAQ Stockholm, and its subsidiaries Rottneros Bruk AB and Vallviks Bruk AB with operations involving the production and sale of market pulp. The Group also includes Rottneros Packaging AB, which manufactures fibre trays, and the wood procurement company Rottneros Baltic SIA in Latvia. The Group has about 300 employees and had a turnover of approximately SEK 2.3 billion in the 2018 financial year.

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