Terrafend Strengthens Board of Directors
Kirsten Lange and Eric Yves Mahe join Terrafend’s Board of Directors to boost the cleantech company’s global growth strategy.
London - 10 May 2023 – Terrafend, a global cleantech company, today announced that it has appointed a highly experienced Chair to the board and one new non-executive director to support the business and help drive the next stage of growth. The appointments are part of a plan to expand the leadership of Terrafend.
Lange has more than 30 years of international management experience as a CEO, board member and consultant for companies such as Blue Cap AG, EIM Germany, ATS Inc., Fritsch Group AG and Boston Consulting Group (BCG). She brings to Terrafend a track record of growth and digital business innovation.
"The opportunity for Terrafend to expand its leadership in sustainable cleaning is significant, and I feel privileged to take on this role at such an exciting time," said Lange. "Terrafend has demonstrated how Ambimization®, its innovative cleaning technology, is revolutionizing industrial cleaning and delivering a material impact to the climate change solution."
Mahe joins Terrafend after 30 years of successful senior executive roles focused on commercial development, restructuring and innovation for companies such as Eastman Kodak, Pitney Bowes, Computer Associates and EYM Consulting. Mahe will support and further drive the growth strategy of Terrafend.
Benjamin Reid, CEO of Terrafend said: “Attracting a top team, with the experience and credibility that Kirsten and Eric have, is very encouraging and a strong endorsement of Terrafend’s technology and its global ambitions. We know that the experience of these two will be invaluable through the next phase of rapid growth.”
Terrafend is making a material contribution to the climate change solution with sustainable solutions that manufacturers – and the planet –can rely on. Their patented cleaning technology, Ambimization®, reinvents cleaning processes and empowers manufacturers to meet sustainability requirements while increasing productivity and safety.