Scania truck maker appoints new chief of Korean unitSwedish truck maker Scania Group appointed Kaj Farm, former president and managing director of Scania Sverige, as the new chief of Scania Korea, the company said yesterday.
Before joining the Korean office, Farm worked in Finland, Australia, Sweden and the United States as a sales executive. Farm joined the company in 1996. He holds a master’s of business administration from the University of South Carolina and a master’s degree in industrial management from Technical University in Finland. Kjell Ortengren, the outgoing president and managing director of Scania Korea, was appointed to lead Scania Poland.
The 121-year-old Swedish company that specializes in trucks and engines of marine and industrial vehicles currently operates in 100 countries and has 35,500 employees.
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