The long-serving CEO of forteq Group, Rune Bakke, has decided to scale down his activities to a certain extent from the beginning of 2022 and to focus on leading the global sales and engineering organization as well as on the further development of forteq Czech.
He will remain a member of the Group Management. The Board of Directors of forteq has already started the search for a suitable successor. Until the new CEO is appointed, the current CFO, Andreas Moser, will additionally assume the CEO function ad interim. "Rune Bakke has played a key role in shaping the development of our Group. On behalf of our Board of Directors and all our employees, I would like to thank him for his tireless efforts," says Anton Affentranger, Chairman of the Board of Directors.
The forteq Group is a global supplier of highly complex components and assemblies for the automotive industry. Leveraging more than 50 years of experience and using the latest technologies, one-stop provider forteq develops, produces and sells components and assemblies. forteq uses its substantial engineering expertise and innovative solutions striving to be an active player in the transformation of the automotive industry. Headquartered in Nidau (Canton Bern), the Swiss company has sales, engineering and production operations in Europe, the US and China. The forteq Group has around 700 employees in total.