Scandinavian Enviro Systems has recruited Björn Larsson as head of strategic purchasing and Josefin Wallman as programme manager
Björn Larsson will have responsibility for purchasing in connection with new recycling plants and Josefin Wallman will act as project manager for the establishment of future recycling plants, including the planned plant in Uddevalla. Larsson and Wallman are both members of the company’s management group and have been assigned roles that are central for the execution of the expansion plan previously announced by Enviro and Antin Infrastructure Partners.
As Enviro Systems’ programme manager, Wallman is tasked with project responsibility for the establishment of the Uddevalla plant as well as future plants in Europe. The Uddevalla plant is intended to be the first plant established as part of the joint venture formed between Enviro and Antin Infrastructure Partners. The joint venture is supported by Michelin and plans to establish plants across Europe by 2030 with a total recycling capacity of up to one million metric tons of end-of-life tires per year.
Björn Larsson is now head of strategic purchasing in connection with the establishment of new recycling plants for Enviro Systems, a role that includes responsibility for the construction of the plants and purchases of related equipment. In this role, he will lead a newly formed group of commodity managers.