Gustaf Ljunggren leaves Inflight Service

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Triton, the new owner of the Inflight Service Group has issued a statement today saying that it has parted company 'effective immediately' with ISG's Ceo Gustaf Ljunggren, 'due to different views on how the company

should be developed going forward'. Roland Bergh, the company's long-time IT and HR Director is to act as the company's Ceo 'until a permanent replacement has been found'.

Lars ?sterberg, partner at Triton said: 'Inflight Service is a very dynamic company with strong market positions and an impressive customeroffering. In addition, we foresee promising further potential in several areas. We are convinced that Inflight Service fits well into our investment portfolio and we are delighted to be able to support the work of Inflight Service?s skilled and dedicated management and employees. We are also pleased to be able to contribute to the continued success of the company.?

Inflight Service Europe generated a sales turnover of around $206m in 2008 from its extensive business with a multitude of airlines, ferries/cruiselines and airport shops – both large and small.


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