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Jesper Ericsson appointed new CEO of Symcel

Symcel has announced that Jesper Ericsson has joined Symcel as Chief Executive Officer—with the appointment effective immediately. Ericsson was formally Director of Marketing and Sales at BioLamina, where he was responsible for direct sales both internationally and at a global and regional distributor level. During the past 10 years, Jesper has gained broad experience of […]

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