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JonDeTech appoints new CFO

December 12, 2018 • Company News

IR sensor manufacturer, JonDeTech, appoints new CFO

IR sensor manufacturer, JonDeTech, appoints new CFO

IR sensor manufacturer, JonDeTech, has appointed Anders Stensson as the company’s new CFO. Anders Stensson has extensive experience in finance and project management from companies within the fields of IT, electronics and Tech, including as CFO for the heat sensors company Flir.

The Swedish IR sensor company JonDeTech is to enter a high volume phase and has therefore appointed Anders Stensson as the new CFO. Anders, with degrees in Economics and Finance, with a long experience from as well listed companies and international technology companies, will take a senior role and will from his as CFO, actively support the company as it will approach high volume segments in 2019.

”JonDeTech is an exciting company operating with an amazing nanotechnology and strong patents, combined with a good team,” said Anders Stensson. ”Now as the company is entering an exciting stage as it is heading into a high volume phase. My previous experiences from companies that work internationally are well suited to JonDeTech’s continued exciting journey and international expansion.”

Anders succeeds current CFO, Per Ersson, who chose to leave JonDeTech for other tasks outside the company.

”I would like to thank Per for a solid job, especially in connection with the listing this spring, and I wish him the best of luck in his future career,” said JonDeTech’s CEO Robert Ekström.

JonDeTech sensors are very small and thin (thickness 0.2 mm) compared with traditional sensors, which allows them to be integrated into many different types of products. JonDeTech is primarily aimed at international customers who develop applications in consumer electronics and the Internet of Things. The company was listed this spring on Nasdaq First North Stockholm.

Edited by Daniëlle Kruger
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