Mikael Bratt joins Höganäs Board of Directors

October 7, 2019

Mikael Bratt has joined the Höganäs Board of Directors (Courtesy Höganäs AB)

Sweden’s Höganäs AB has reported that Mikael Bratt, President and CEO of automotive safety supplier Autoliv Inc, Stockholm, Sweden, has joined the Höganäs Board of Directors.

Bratt has worked for Autoliv since 2016, said to be the world’s largest automotive safety supplier with a market share of 40% and sales amounting to US$8.7 billion. His previous positions include that of Executive Vice President and Head of Group Trucks Operations at AB Volvo Group, Group CFO and Senior Vice President of AB Volvo Group, Vice President and Head of Corporate Finance at AB Volvo Group.

Kurt Jofs, Chairman of the Board stated, “We welcome Mikael to the Höganäs Board. His broad industrial experience, and in particular from the automotive industry, makes him a strong addition to the team.”


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