Haldex appoints Stephan Kulle as EVP EMEA

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Haldex has appointed Stephan Kulle as Executive Vice President of EMEA. He succeeds Göran Jarl, who leaves the management team to take on another role within Haldex EMEA organisation. Stephan will be a member of the management team and will enter the position fully January 2, 2020.

Stephan Kulle has over 20 years of experience from senior roles in B2B sales and product development. Among other things, he has worked for five years at Knorr-Bremse as the Lead Account Executive Manager for their Scania account and as Head of Sales in the Benteler Group. Most recently, Stephan served as Head of Division Automotive at Friedola Tech GmbH.

"Stephan contributes with solid industrial experience from leading roles in international sales to the European automotive industry. I am convinced that we together will develop Haldex business in Europe," says Helene Svahn, President and CEO of Haldex.

For further information, visit http://corporate.haldex.com/en or contact:

Filippa Bolz
Phone: 0761 39 43 90
E-mail: filippa.bolz@haldex.com 

The information was provided by contact person above for publication on 2 December 2019 at 15:30 CET. 

About Haldex
Over 100 years of powerful innovation gives Haldex unsurpassed expertise when it comes to braking systems and air suspension systems for heavy trucks, trailers and buses. We live and breathe our business with the goal to deliver robust and technically superior solutions which is founded in a deep insight in our customer’s reality. Through focusing on our core competences and the passion we all share, we achieve the agility and flexibility that the market demands. Innovative collaborations aren’t only the core of our products, but our philosophy. Our 2300 employees, spread out across four continents, challenge the conventional on a daily basis in order to secure that the products we deliver create a unique value to our customers and the end users. We are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm and have a turnover of approx. 5 billion SEK.