Proposal by the Nomination Committee to the Board of OEM International AB

The nomination committee recommends re-election of board members Ulf Barkman, Hans Franzén, Jerker Löfgren, Petter Stillström and Lars-Åke Rydh. Agne Svenberg has declined re-election. It is recommended that Åsa Söderström Jerring will be elected as new member of the board.

Åsa Söderström Jerring was born in 1957 and she has a Master of Business Administration from Stockholm University. She has 25 years of experience from the industry, including positions as Communication Director in NCC Bygg, Managing Director in Ballast Väst and Managing Director in SWECO Theorells. During the last ten years she has been a board member in a number of different companies. She is currently a board member in Vattenfall AB, JM AB, Rejlers AB, Nordic Room Improvement AB, ELU Konsult AB (chairman), Scanmast AB and The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences. She will be an independent board member out of the company’s, the executive management´s and the largest shareholder’s perspective.

It is recommended that Lars-Åke Rydh will be re-elected as chairman.

This proposal means that the number of board members will be the same as now for the coming period of its mandate.

The proposal is supported by the company’s shareholders, accounting for approximately 80 % of the votes and approximately 41 % of the number of shares.

The members of the nomination committee and information about the present board members can be found on OEM International's web site

Tranås, 9th March 2015

The Nomination Committee

OEM International’s annual general meeting will be held on 23 April 2015 at Badhotellet Conference Center, Ågatan 16 in Tranås.

For further information, please contact the chairman of the nomination committee, Lars-Åke Rydh, by telephone +46 (0)70-592 45 70 or e-mail

OEM International, with its head office in Tranås, Sweden, comprises 30 operational units in 14 countries.

The group trades in industrial components and systems for industrial automation. In simple terms, OEM acts as an alternative for manufacturers to selling through their own companies.

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