Haldex Names Gregory EVP for Supply Chain and Ops


Source: Haldex announcement on LinkedIn

LANDSKRONA, Sweden – Haldex has promoted Nicola Gregory as of June 1st to the post of Executive Vice President Supply Chain and Operations.

Gregory joined the company in 2000 and has held a number of different leading positions within Sourcing and Haldex way.

Since 2018 Nicola has held the role as plant manager at Haldex Hungary, where she has been helping to ensure the transfer of production from Heidelberg to Hungary. She has also been leading the cross functional management team including engineering, quality, logistics, HR, production and finance in Hungary.

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Gregory has a Master of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Birmingham and participated in the company’s executive leadership program in 2017.

“Nicola, with her long experience within both supply chain and sourcing, will be very valuable member of Haldex Group Management Team,” according to a company spokesperson.

About Haldex

More than 100 years of powerful innovation gives Haldex unsurpassed expertise when it comes to braking systems and air suspension systems for heavy trucks, trailers and buses. The company lives and breathes its business with the goal to deliver robust and technically superior solutions which is founded in a deep insight in the customer’s reality. Through focusing on its core competences and the passion shared throughout Haldex, it achieves the agility and flexibility that the market demands. Innovative collaborations are not only the core of its products, but the company’s philosophy. The 2,200 employees, spread out across four continents, challenge the conventional daily in order to secure that the products the company delivers create a unique value for its customers and the end users. The company is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm and have a turnover of approx. 5 billion SEK.

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