Mattias Perjos is retrieved from the Italian group Coesia, and takes up no later than 1 may.
Mattias Perjos, a civil engineer born in 1972, started his career at Sandvik to rapidly switch employers to Flexlink, where he worked during the years from 1997 to 2012. During his time as managing director of Flexlink, the company was acquired by Coesiagruppen and activities are part of his responsibilities in the capacity of the current post as ceo of the Coesias IPS division.
In addition to the role of IPS-the head of the division is Mattias Perjos is currently the ceo of Coesia International, which includes subsidiaries in China, Japan, south Korea, Southeast asia, India, Americas, Russia, Africa and the Middle east. Coesia group manufactures high-tech machinery to the pharma-, food – and packaging industry.
“It is with great pleasure that I welcome Mattias Perjos to Getinge. He has a long industrial background and international experience that will be a great asset for the Getinge when we assume our challenges and continue to build the group for the future. In addition, he has an impressive track record of consistently achieving improved business performance”, says Getingeordföranden Carl Bennet in a comment.
Joacim Lindoff continue the role as acting ceo until Mattias Perjos ascends and then becomes responsible for the Patient & Post-Acute Care (Extended Care) Getingestyrelsen proposed to be särnoteras.
Getinge kicked the previous president and ceo, Alex Myers in August, since then the company has been without an executive director. The reason was that the board of directors, and Myers had different opinions about how the Getinge would be governed in the future.
– the Getinge group is undergoing a change, development and direction. And where the different steps and then it is to be able to develop this in the future. Firstly, it is a centralisation of some things and partly a recasting of how we are working against the market and how to develop the Getinge towards the future. Where we have had different opinions, said the chairman of the board Carl Bennet to the News right then.