Jörgen Karlsson will oversee the expansion into Germany and into the Packaging Industry
As the MWM Group plans to grow further, the Stockholm-based software and consultancy firm extends its board: New board member Jörgen Karlsson will oversee the expansion into Germany and into the Packaging Industry.
Jörgen Karlsson most recently served as the CEO of Wifag-Polytype Technologies AG. The company, a part of Swiss Wifag-Polytype Group, included the Business Units of Wifag (Printing Machines for Newspaper Production), Polytype Converting (Coating and Converting Systems) and Polytype's Digital activities. Before that Mr Karlsson ran the renowned Swedish machine supplier Solna Offset AB for ten years as the main shareholder.
Tony Svensson, owner of MWM, welcomes the addition to MWM Group's board and says: "Mr Karlsson brings experience of the international Publishing Industry and the area of packaging. This is a good fit with the planned further expansion of MWM outside Scandinavia and the USA for Print and also for the plans of entering the Packaging Industry."
MWM Group provides module-based software and consultancy services for the printing and publishing industry. With the knowledge of the entire production flow at printing companies, as well as the digital workflow at publishing companies, MWM Group helps its customers cut costs and/or to increase revenue.
The systems of MWM Group are used by over 150 printing and publishing companies around the world – e.g. Bold Printing, Dagens Nyheter, Sydsvenska Dagbladet, Svenska Dagbladet, El Mundo, Fairfax, Helsingin Sanomat, NTM, Pressgrannar, Dallas Morning News, Columbus Dispatch and Sörmlands Printing. With publishing and printing group Burda (Offenburg) and TSB, MWM Group already has well-known customers in the German market.
MWM Group is headquartered in Stockholm and has offices in Västerås, Malmö (both Sweden) and Pittsburgh (USA).
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