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EVP Yara Europe Tove Andersen appointed President & CEO in Tomra Systems ASA

May 1, 2021
Chemical Value Chain

Tove Andersen, currently EVP Yara Europe, has been appointed President and CEO of Tomra Systems ASA. She will take up the new position latest 1 November 2021.

“It’s been a privilege to follow Tove since making her part of our executive management team in 2016. I’d like to thank Tove for her significant contribution through more than two decades and wish her all the best in her new role in Tomra, a company which like Yara has sustainability at the core of its strategy”, says Svein Tore Holsether, President & CEO in Yara International.

The process of finding Andersen’s successor has been initiated.

by Yara, Press Release

Source: yara.com

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