VBN Components names Magnus Bergman CEO

September 28, 2022

Magnus Bergman is the new CEO of VBN Components AB (Courtesy VBN Components)
Magnus Bergman is the new CEO of VBN Components AB (Courtesy VBN Components)

VBN Components, Uppsala, Sweden, has appointed Magnus Bergman as its new CEO. Bergman has a master’s degree in Materials Science from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, and has held several roles within the Sandvik Group with a focus on R&D, international sales and management. He is also said to have broad experience in the heat treatment and machinery industries.

“It is a fantastic opportunity to work with VBN Components which is truly at the forefront of advanced materials development and Additive Manufacturing for a global market,” stated Bergman. “Being able to combine world-leading material technology with international sales, and management of VBN Components’ motivated team is a dream assignment for a market-driven leader with a material science background.”

VBN Components’ additively manufactured Vibenite® alloys are developed for components in demanding industrial applications, so Bergman’s experience in materials and business development is noted as fitting well with the company’s international progress.

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Magnus Bergman is the new CEO of VBN Components AB (Courtesy VBN Components)

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