NCAB Group Denmark Names New Managing Director


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After a long career in the PCB business Bjarne Nielsen, managing director of NCAB Group Denmark, retired on June 26. Bjarne has worked 45 years with PCBs in different companies and production plants, the past 12 years as managing director for NCAB Denmark where he and his team have grown the business by 500% and improved the customer base and brand awareness significantly.

Bjarne_Nielsen.jpg“It has been a journey of great fun and hard work. The flat organization in NCAB and colleagues across the borders have played an important role in driving NCAB Denmark forward. It has been inspiring to be part of a winning and international culture. NCAB is now well known in the Danish market, where all serious companies use us as partners in their supply chain,” says Bjarne Nielsen.

Jan Kronholm Thomsen takes the role as new managing director for Denmark. Jan was previously the managing director of Multiprint,  that NCAB acquired in January 2019.

Jan has worked within the PCB industry his entire adult life, both within production and sales. In 1991 he started Multiprint together with his partner Finn Elmquist. Multiprint was the first PCB broker in Denmark at that time. With extensive PCB knowledge, sales and leadership skills Jan looks forward to the next chapter of NCAB in Denmark.

“After the merge I see that our combined position on the Danish market is strong as the number 1 integrated PCB producer in Denmark. We have a great team and culture and my main focus will be to develop our team even further. The future for Denmark looks very bright and I am confident that we will keep on adding value to our customers through superior service, our extensive factory base in China as well as increased resources world wide,” says Jan Kronholm Thomsen, NCAB Group Denmark, NCAB Group.

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