AGO AG announces changes to the Supervisory Board
- Steffen Pfund and Dr. Klaus Hermsdorf resigning from their positions
- New Chairman of the Supervisory Board: Johannes Eismann
- New Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board: Harald Petersen
AGO AG Energie + Anlagen (WKN: A0LR41, ISIN: DE000A0LR415) is announcing changes to the Supervisory Board. It temporarily consists of four instead of six members.
As a result of the changes to the company's indirect shareholder structure, Steffen Pfund and Dr. Klaus Hermsdorf resigned from their positions as Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board with effect from 20 October 2010. Their memberships of the Supervisory Board will terminate at the end of the statutory notice period on 31 October 2010. At the Supervisory Board meeting on 20 October 2010, Supervisory Board member Johannes Eismann was appointed as the new Chairman and Supervisory Board member Harald Petersen as his Deputy.
"We would like to take this opportunity to thank Steffen Pfund and Dr. Klaus Hermsdorf for their great commitment and excellent work on the Supervisory Board of AGO AG. They resigned from their positions due to our shareholder structure changing and YIT becoming a new indirect majority shareholder. We have made it our mission to expand the Supervisory Board to six people again as soon as possible," commented Hans Ulrich Gruber, CFO of AGO AG Energie + Anlagen.
AGO AG Energie + Anlagen
The company with company headquarters in Kulmbach which was founded in 1980 is a specialist in the area of innovative and efficient energy supply and facilities. AGO AG focuses on the three business segments project development and implementation, operation of facilities as well as service & consulting. The company's core competences are mainly biomass cogeneration plants, cogeneration plants, heat and refrigeration plants, trigeneration as well as contracting. Location studies / location development, energy efficiency consulting, raw material and fuel management as well as emissions trading round off the business model. AGO stands for efficiency, reliability and technological competence for your energy supply plants.