Technology and machinery company Tomra has announced that its president and CEO, Stefan Ranstrand, will be replaced by Tove Andersen "by November 1 this year at the latest".
Tove joins Tomra from global agricultural products and environmental protection agents provider Yara International, where she is currently executive vice president Europe.
"I've seen the great work that Tomra is doing to enable the circular economy while also ensuring resource responsibility and minimising waste across the food, recycling and mining industries," said Anderson. "It is really motivating to be joining Tomra to lead the resource revolution.
"I’m very excited to take on the role as the new CEO of Tomra," she continued. "I’ve seen the impact Tomra is making and to join this company with sustainability at the core of its strategy is a privilege.”
Ranstrand, who has been Tomra’s president and CEO since 2009, said he was thrilled to welcome Tove Andersen as the new CEO
“Tove has vast international experience working for Yara, a company like Tomra that has sustainability at the core of its strategy," he outlined. "I look forward to seeing the impact Tove will make in leading the resource revolution.
“The people of Tomra are what make this company achieve great things for our planet," he added. "Tove shares our values of passion, innovation and responsibility. She will be a great leader to take Tomra into the future.
“I am pleased to be able to personally welcome Tove to Tomra and look forward to working alongside her during the transition.”