Hans Robertson leaves his position as President of Saab Training Systems AB
08 January 1999
Hans Robertson, President of Saab Training Systems for the past 20 years, has
decided to leave his position in order to explore and develop new business
During his period as President, Hans Robertson has built up Saab Training
Systems - a wholly owned subsidiary of Saab AB - into a world leading company
in military training equipment specializing in laser simulators, graphic
simulators and target equipment.
Saab and Hans Robertson intend to continue their collaboration in new forms.
Together, they will be concentrating on new business concepts with the focus
"I have been dedicated to developing this operation into what it is today and
creating prospects for the continued development of the company. Consequently,
it feels stimulating to grasp and explore completely new ideas.
"I have always emphasized for my colleagues the importance of change, and
after 20 years, it is high time for a radical change in my own situation,"
states Hans Robertson.
The new President of Saab Training Systems will be Johan Ohlson, currently
responsible for the company's purchasing and logistics. He will take up his
post on March 1, 1999.
"After working on development, market and logistics questions in Saab Training
Systems since 1986, with a break of one year to work as President of the
Combitech group, I'm well acquainted with the company's operations and its
"My own goal and that of the company will be to guarantee the future of Saab
Training Systems as a leading supplier in our industry," states Johan Ohlson.
For further information, please contact:
Hans Robertson, President Saab Training Systems AB tel +46 36 - 38 86 01
Johan Ohlson, newly appointed President Saab Training tel +46 36 - 38 88 86
Lars Jagerfelt, Vice President Communication and Public tel +46 13 - 18 71 65
Affairs Saab AB
Per Hoving, Programme Director Communication and Public tel +46 36 - 38 87 41
Saab Training Systems AB
Please visit http://www.bit.se for further information
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Last updated: 23 January 2015 • 14:43