GreenIron unanimously elects dynamic trio to Board of Directors
GreenIron’s AGM took place 25 January with 100% of the shareholders represented. Perhaps the most significant item on the agenda was the election of the board of directors. The company’s shareholders unanimously elected the following well-known individuals to the board of GreenIron: Kent Sander (new chairman), Jing Jin and Bert Nordberg (new members).
The Nomination Committee was represented by Karin Edström, who justified the nominations of the new members as follows: “GreenIron is embarking on a very exciting journey which means a multitude of opportunities, but also numerous challenges. The most crucial short-term goal for GreenIron is to establish a large-scale production facility in Sandviken by 2024. There is significant international interest in GreenIron’s technology, which, in the long term, means constructing additional production facilities around the world. This will require expertise and experience in corporate building, international business, complex commercial arrangements, and various financing models.”
Here are some brief facts of the new additions to the GreenIron Board of Directors: Kent Sander boasts over 35 years of experience in executive roles across a variety of industries within international companies. Jing Jin holds an MSc from the Stockholm School of Economics and is currently the Vice President of Clean Technologies at Munters. Bert Nordberg is presently a board member at Essity and SAAB and has previously held assorted managerial positions at various international companies.
Annie Lööf, former leader of the Swedish Centre Party, Bo Magnusson, long experience of the financial services industry, and Edward Murray, CEO and Co-founder of GreenIron, were re-elected.
Edward Murray thanked the outgoing board members Nina Linander, Tiina Ohlsson, Göran Carlsson, and Carl-Michael Raihle for their exceptional contributions, which have put GreenIron on the map within the global metals and mining industry.