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April 8, 2015 | Press release
Haldex CFO has announced his resignation

Haldex’ CFO, Andreas Ekberg, has announced his resignation in order to pursue another career opportunity outside of Haldex. To assist with the transition, Andreas Ekberg will remain in his position until September 2015. Haldex will initiate a search for a new CFO, starting promptly.


“On behalf of the entire company and our Board of Directors, we thank Andreas Ekberg for his valuable contribution. With his 17 years in the company he has been instrumental in the transformation of Haldex and our way towards profitable growth. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors”, said Bo Annvik, President and CEO for Haldex.


For further information visit www.haldex.com or contact:

Bo Annvik, President & CEO, 46 418 476000
Catharina Paulcén, SVP Corporate Communications, catharina.paulcen@haldex.com or 46 418-476157

Haldex AB (publ) is required to publish the above information under the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication on April 8, 2015 at 07.30 am CEST.

About Haldex

With more than 100 years of intensely focused innovation, Haldex holds unrivaled expertise in brake systems and air suspension systems for heavy trucks, trailers and buses. We live and breathe our business delivering robust, technically superior solutions born from deep insight into our customers’ reality. By concentrating on our core competencies and following our strengths and passions, we combine both the operating speed and flexibility required by the market. Collaborative innovation is not only the essence of our products – it is also our philosophy. Our 2,235 employees, spread on four continents, are constantly challenging the conventional and strive to ensure that the products we deliver create unique value for our customers and all end-users. We are listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm Stock Exchange and have net sales of approximately 4 billion SEK.

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