Erik Bengtsson to leave Cramo Group

01 April 2015

Cramo has announced that Erik Bengtsson will leave the company later this year, after 10 years with the company including seven in the group management team.

Mr Bengtsson, who is executive vice president of Scandinavia and managing director of Cramo Sweden, will leave his post at the end of September, or earlier if a successor is appointed.

The Finland-based rental company, which operates in 15 countries, said he is leaving to “pursue career opportunities outside the rental industry.”

Vesi Koivula, president and chief executive of Cramo plc, said: “Mr Bengtsson has made a very important contribution to the continuous success of our Swedish operation. I wish him all the best in his future career.”

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