Dacke Industri announced the appointment of Fredrik Göransson as the new CEO of Transtronic, effective June 1st, 2023. Transtronic develops, manufacture, market, install and service advanced sensors and instruments for extreme conditions within mobile applications, primarily within the rock drilling industry. 

Fredrik Göransson comes most recently from Hubbster Group AB, where he was CPO (Chief Product Officer) for all SaaS solutions and Head of Business Area Tech Tools. He has been a Hubbster Senior management team member for several years. Previous, he has held management positions at, among others, Atlas Copco, a world-leading provider of industrial productivity solutions, and Vendavo, an American software company.

Fredrik Göransson, the incoming CEO of Transtronic, says, “I would like to express my gratitude for the trust and confidence that has been placed in me, and I look forward to working with the talented and skilled team at Transtronic. I believe our success as a company will come from our ability to embrace change, adapt to evolving markets and customer needs, and stay ahead of the curve regarding emerging trends and technologies.

I’m confident that Fredrik will lead Transtronic into a phase of further growth, exploring new markets internationally and developing our offering beyond our customers’ expectations. I warmly welcome Fredrik as the CEO of Transtronic and look forward to the exciting journey ahead”, says Lars Åleby, VP Electronics, Dacke Industri.

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