Serialization Firm Names Akselsen as New CEO

Christine Charlotte Akselsen brings significant international brand knowledge combined with operational leadership credentials to a marketplace with increasing global customer needs.

Kezzler AS, a serialization, tracking and tracing business services firm, announced the appointment of Christine Charlotte Akselsen as the company’s new CEO, replacing Thomas Körmendi, who is taking on the position as global CEO of the Elopak Group, a global supplier of paper based packaging solutions for liquid food.

“After a very thorough search for a new CEO, we are thrilled that Christine will join Kezzler as our new leader. Christine brings tremendous pedigree and energy in building and leading early stage companies. Our focus on scaling the business into a more mature organization is well aligned with her previous experience. The Board of Directors has full confidence in Christine’s leadership skills in executing on our customer and market expansions. Her ultimate goal is to establish Kezzler in a market-leading role in the emerging space of Internet of Packaging (IoP),” says Erik Langaker, Kezzler’s Chairman of the Board.

Prior to joining Kezzler, Akselsen was most recently the CEO of an outdoors product company, Sweet Protection. She received her Masters in Economics from Norges Handelshoyskole in Bergen and holds undergraduate degrees from the University of Bergen and University of Oslo.

“I am very excited to join Kezzler at a time where digitalization of products is at an inflection point. The Kezzler technology platform leveraged through partnerships with leading packaging, licensing and management consulting organizations holds great promise. I look forward to working with the Board and all of our employees. Implementation of the Kezzler product platform will significantly contribute to an increasingly transparent product value chain with no room for fraud or counterfeiting. For all real brand companies as well as government agencies, this should be their core focus going forward,” says Akselsen.

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