© NCAB PCB | November 06, 2019
NCAB’s CEO to retire in 2020
Hans Ståhl, the CEO of Swedish PCB supplier NCAB, is planning to retire from the position as CEO in 2020.
The company's board will start the recruitment process to find a new CEO with the aim of completing this during the first half of 2020. Hans Ståhl will remain as CEO until a successor is in place. “We have been prepared that this day will come, considering Hans Ståhl is approaching retirement age next year. He has led the development of NCAB from a Nordic PCB trader to a global, leading and publically listed full-service supplier with demanding customers worldwide. This has yielded stable and profitable growth over many years. The strong culture with decentralised decision making, solid local leadership, shared values and a clear focus on sustainability are all trademarks of Hans Ståhl’s leadership,” says Christian Salamon, Chairman of the Board of NCAB, in a press release. “It feels, of course, strange to step down from the position of CEO of NCAB after 16 years, but also natural to pass the helm to a new generation. I will remain a shareholder and continue to support NCAB in various ways. NCAB is a strong and solid organisation with many competent leaders and specialists,” says Hans Ståhl.