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As part of an ongoing process to strengthen the company's management, TCTech has promoted Stefan Claesson to a new position as Chief Operating Officer, COO, with immediate effect. TCTech is a global supplier of intelligent plastic nanostructures.
Mr. Claesson is currently TCTech's Chief Marketing Officer. As TCTech's Chief Operating Officer - a position that is newly created - Stefan Claesson will assume responsibilities for the daily operations of the company. He will remain in charge of sales and marketing.
The appointment of Mr. Claesson enables Stefan Olin, TCTech's CEO, to focus on finding new applications for TCTech's groundbreaking technologies, working closer with the company's largest customers, and evaluating prospects.
Stefan Claesson has ten years of experience from various management positions. At TCTech Stefan Claesson has been responsible for TCTech's business development, general business management and later marketing and sales.
Previously, Stefan Claesson worked as Business Manager Online Media at Dicentia Sweden AB (2006-2008), as IT Manager of DCM, Digital Communication Media AB (2002-2006) and as Managing Director of Independent Masters Ltd. (1998-2001).
About TCTech AB
Thermal Cyclic Technologies AB (TCTech) is a global leader in the research, development and production of intelligent plastic nanostructures. The production is based on TCTech’s innovative and patented thermal cyclic moulding and pressing technology. TCTech also designs thin film sputtering units and develops working sputtering processes.
TCTech’s three product and business areas are Light Guide Plates, Sheets & Lenses, and Photovoltaic thin film solar cells. TCTech was founded in 2005 and is based in Stockholm, Sweden.
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