Höganäs appoints Per-Olof Larsson as new Product Manager of Iron and Special powders

June 29, 2020

Per-Olof Larsson has been appointed Höganäs’ new Product Manager of Iron and Special powders in its Electro-Magnetic Technologies product area (Courtesy Höganäs AB)

Sweden’s Höganäs AB has appointed Per-Olof Larsson as its new Product Manager of Iron and Special powders in the group’s product area Electro-Magnetic Technologies.

Larsson started at Höganäs in 2001 as a Development Engineer and currently heads the Future Technologies team in the company’s R&D division. 

In his new position, he will be will responsible for driving the development of global product strategies and product portfolio management, among other duties. Höganäs stated, “With all his experience and expertise, Per-Olof will be a great asset in the new role.”

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