Upplands Väsby, November 6, 2013 - Following a period of strong growth, Envirotainer – the global leader in active temperature-controlled air transportation of pharmaceuticals – today announces that Simon Angeldorff succeeds CEO Gustaf Ljunggren. Simon Angeldorff is currently Chairman of the Board and will assume the position of Executive Chairman.

With Envirotainer now entering a new and intensive growth phase, the Board of Directors has initiated a search for a new permanent CEO to strengthen executive leadership and facilitate this next important step in the company’s development. Until a permanent CEO is on-board, Simon Angeldorff will ensure operational continuity towards Envirotainer’s employees, partners and customers.

Changes are effective as of today, November 6. Gustaf Ljunggren will take on new challenges outside the company and the Board of Directors would like to thank him for his efforts.

Simon Angeldorff is a Partner with AAC Capital Partners. Since joining AAC in 2008, he has worked with the investments in Viking Redningstjeneste and Envirotainer. He also serves on the board of Loparex. Previously, he worked for SEB Enskilda and Goldman Sachs. He holds a M.Sc. in Business and Economics from Stockholm School of Economics and an MD from the University of Uppsala Medical School.

For more information, please contact Simon Angeldorff, Chairman of the Board of Envirotainer, tel. +46 8 586 29 300

Envirotainer is a global market leader in active temperature-controlled air transportation of temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals, with production, R&D and headquarter outside Stockholm, Sweden. The company exhibits strong profitability with robust growth and in recent years has had virtually all major pharmaceutical and biotech companies globally, and their logistics partners, as customers. The ambition is to continue growth through expansion of the company’s range of products and services. For more information see www.envirotainer.com

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