SKF announces the appointment of Annika Ölme as CTO

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Annika Ölme

SKF's new Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President of Technology Development is Annika Olme. Annika comes to SKF from SAAB Radar Solutions, where she was most recently CEO and Head of Engineering. She is a graduate of Chalmers University of Technology and Waikato University in New Zealand.

Annika Olme has been appointed Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President of Technology Development at SKF, and the company has made the announcement today.

Annika comes to SKF from SAAB Radar Solutions, where she was most recently the Chief Technology Officer and Head of Engineering. Annika has also been the Managing Director of Arcam, a company that is owned by General Electric. During the years 2002–2017, Annika worked in a number of different capacities for SKF.

Annika is a graduate of both Chalmers University of Technology and Waikato University, where she earned a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and a Master of Business Administration, respectively.

Rickard Gustafson, President and CEO, says: "I'm happy to welcome Annika back to SKF and look forward to working with her as we continue to strengthen our technology development efforts for traditional and future applications around the rotating shaft."

Annika will join SKF on 15 October.

Source: PR Newswire

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