Inflight Service appoints new CEO

Bill Lumley


Björn Ulfberg replaces Per Thelin who is retiring with immediate effect

Swedish travel retailer Inflight Service has appointed Björn Ulfberg as new chief executive officer with immediate effect.

Ulfberg has significant experience in sales, marketing and general management from various international consumer- and retail-orientated organisations including Nokia, Duni, Findus, Gillette & Procter and Gamble.

He said: "I am excited to join Inflight Service and continue the development and growth of the company together with the rest of the management and employees. I am also excited to have the opportunity to utlise my experiences from fast moving consumer goods and retailing within the travel-retail industry.

An Inflight Service statement welcomes Ulfberg to the company and thanked retiring CEO Per Thelin for his "dedicated work."

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