Munters appoints Henrik Teiwik as Group Vice President and President for business area Airtech

Henrik Teiwik has been appointed Group Vice President and President for business area AirTech and will join Munters’ management team.

Henrik has extensive leadership experience as CEO of Handicare Group and before that as Vice President at Alimak Group. Those roles included an IPO process, M&A processes, board assignments as well as other areas. He has previously held a number of highly qualified positions such as Associate Principal at McKinsey & Company, mainly focused on the industrial sector, with broad international experience. Henrik has lived in the US, Germany and Australia and has worked globally. He has a Master of Science in Business Administration from the Stockholm School of Economics.

“I am very pleased to welcome Henrik to Munters as new President of business area AirTech,” said Klas Forsström, CEO and President at Munters. “Henrik has strong industrial knowledge, an international focus and successful leadership experience that will be essential in managing AirTech’s future growth journey. Henrik’s broad experience combined with the industry-leading expertise carried by AirTech’s management team sets us in prime position for the future.”

Henrik will assume his position on 15 August 2022. Klas Forsström, who has held the position as interim President AirTech, will continue in his role as President and CEO at Munters.

AirTech is Munters’ largest business area and is a global leader in energy-efficient air treatment for industrial and commercial applications. AirTech offers climate solutions for mission-critical processes that require exact control of moisture and temperature, with a focus on energy efficiency and sustainable climate control systems.



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