Andreas Göthberg new CEO of Menigo | Nordic Capital

Andreas Göthberg new CEO of Menigo

MARCH 27 2012

The Board of Directors of Menigo Foodservice AB has appointed Andreas Göthberg as new CEO of Menigo. Andreas joins Menigo from OneMed, a leading medical supplies company in Northern Europe, where he held the position of President and CEO. 

Andreas Göthberg will start his position at Menigo on April 16, 2012.

- We warmly welcome Andreas to Menigo. The Board is pleased and expectant now when Andreas will join as CEO. He will continue the development successfully driven by the previous management, most lately by Göran Hesseborn, the Interim CEO. We are convinced that Andreas, with his CEO-experience and personal management style, fits well with the aim to further strengthen Menigo's market position, says Jörgen Johansson, Chairman of the Board, Menigo Foodservice AB.

Before joining OneMed, Andreas Göthberg was for seven years CEO of SATS, the leading fitness chain in the Nordic region. In addition, he has broad experience from sales and marketing in all parts of the value chain supplier-wholesaler-customer-consumer from Coca-Cola, Kraft Foods and Fazer. Andreas holds an MBA from the Stockholm School of Economics.

- Menigo is a professional and ambitious player in a dynamic, growing industry. It will be exciting to be leading the work to further improve and strengthen its position in the coming years, says Andreas Göthberg, new CEO of Menigo.

For further information, please contact:

Jörgen Johansson, Chairman of the Board
Tel: +46 705 942 122

Andreas Göthberg, New CEO
Tel: +46 730 204 300


About Menigo Foodservice
Menigo is a leading Swedish food service company. It serves 20,000 customers with daily deliveries of frozen, chilled, colonial goods, fresh fruit and vegetables and fresh meat. Menigo operates from six warehouse locations in Sweden. In February 2010, Brakes Group became the new principal owner of Menigo. Brakes is one of Europe's leading suppliers of food, drinks and equipment to the food service sector with a turnover of about EUR 3.2 billion.