Jan Svensson becomes CEO of Rejlers Energitjänster
ET | Source:Rejlerkoncernen AB
Rejlers Energitjänster is part of Rejlers' operations in Sweden and has over 30
employees in Motala, Kumla and Karlstad. The company offers various types of
energy metering services. Jan Svensson, who worked at Rejlers 2003-2007, is now
returning to become CEO of Rejlers Energitjänster.
“It feels really good that Jan is back here at Rejlers. Energy is one of our key
growth areas and I am sure that Jan, with his experience and background, will be
able to help develop our business in a positive way”, says Peter Rejler,
president and CEO at Rejlers.
Jan Svensson came to Rejlers when the company acquired Epsilon High Tech in
2003. He worked as a Site Manager at Rejlers in Norrköping / Linköping until
2007 and was part of establishing a new office in Jönköping. Since 2007, Jan
Svensson has worked with marketing, management and sales issues for several
major industrial companies, both as an employee and in-house. He will assume his
new position immediately.
For further information:
Peter Rejler; President and CEO, +46 70 602 34 24, e-mail:
Rebecka Oxelström; Head of Communications, +46 73 412 66 75, e-mail:
Rejlers is one of the largest engineering consultancy firms in the Nordic
region. Our 1,800 experts work with projects within the areas of Building and
property, Energy, Industry and Infrastructure. With us, you will meet specialist
engineers with the breadth, cutting edge expertise and not least energy to
create the results you want. We are continuing to grow rapidly and our
activities are spread across 80 locations in Sweden, Finland and Norway. In 2013
Rejlers had revenue of approx. SEK 1.5 billion and its Class B share is listed
on the Nasdaq OMX, Nordic list.
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