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Nadja Håkansson appointed Chief Executive Officer of thyssenkrupp Uhde

April 14, 2024
Energy & Chemical Value Chain

“We are delighted to welcome Nadja Håkansson to thyssenkrupp Uhde as the new CEO,” said Miguel López, CEO of thyssenkrupp AG. “With an extensive background in the energy technology industry, Nadja brings a wealth of experience and leadership to thyssenkrupp Uhde to position the company as an enabler of the industry’s transformation towards further CO2 emissions reduction.”

“thyssenkrupp Uhde has significant potential for shaping the green transformation in our industry, and I am honored to lead this prestigious company as we embark on this exciting journey together,” said Nadja Håkansson. “I am looking forward to being part of thyssenkrupp Uhde’s engineering competence, to fostering a culture of innovation and to delivering sustainable value to our customers & stakeholders.”

The future CEO of thyssenkrupp Uhde, Nadja Håkansson, has held various management positions at Siemens and Siemens Energy and looks back on over 18 years of national and international experience in the areas of supply chain management, operations, sales and corporate management. Most recently, as Senior Vice President Region Africa for Siemens Energy, she was responsible for the company’s overall portfolio development in the African market. Nadja holds a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and Management from the Institute of Technology at Linköping University, Sweden.


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