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PulPac appoints Charlotte Walldal as Chief Technology Officer

PulPac, the leading innovator in Dry Molded Fiber technology, proudly announces the appointment of Charlotte Walldal as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Charlotte joins PulPac with extensive global experience in research, development and innovation from medtech, FMCG and paper industry.

With over 20 years in leading global hygiene and health industry and most recently in MedTech, Charlotte Walldal has demonstrated exceptional and result-driven leadership paired with a commitment to sustainability and advancing new technologies. Her expertise will be pivotal as PulPac continues to develop and expand its groundbreaking Dry Molded Fiber technology, offering sustainable alternatives to single-use plastics.
“We are thrilled to have Charlotte on board,” said Linus Larsson Green, CEO of PulPac. “She is an experienced and strong leader with a unique set of skills in innovation, IP, and scaling of new technologies. She is an important contribution to our executive team and will spearhead the development and growth of Dry Molded Fiber to support our mission to revolutionize the packaging industry.”
Charlotte most recently served as Global R&D Director at Nasdaq-listed MedTech company XVIVO, where she was responsible for product development and corporate sustainability/ESG strategies, among other things. Before that, she had a long career in leading positions within the global hygiene and health companies SCA/Essity, where she held senior-leading Vice President roles within R&D, including product, material and packaging development, as well as in Intellectual Property. Charlotte has built, transformed and implemented several global organizations and R&D/innovation strategies.
Charlotte expressed her excitement about joining PulPac: “I am truly honored to become part of a team that is at the forefront of sustainable innovation. I look much forward to contributing to PulPac’s mission and helping to scale eco-friendly packaging solutions globally.”
Charlotte started her position at PulPac on June 3, 2024.



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