Sundvik, 32, has been actively engaged in R&D for the Camfil Farr Group since 2002. He was R&D project manager at the Camfil Farr corporate development department in Trosa, Sweden from 2003 to 2007, and R&D project engineer/senior R&D project manager for the North American development team at Camfil Farr in Riverdale, New Jersey in the US from 2007 to 2009.
Sundvik has worked on several recently released Camfil Farr air filtration products, including the energy-saving Hi-Flo XL and Durafil ES filters, the compact Riga-V and the new range of pandemic barrier filters.
“Research and development is an embedded tradition at Camfil Farr and we invest more resources in R&D than any other air filtration systems manufacturer. We congratulate Anders on his new position. He will now head a key corporate function backed by our world-class filtration experts and some of the best-equipped laboratories in the world for filter performance testing and air quality analysis,” said Alan O'Connell, CEO of the Camfil Farr Group.
Sundvik succeeds Lennart Karlsson, who has left Camfil Farr to pursue a career outside the company.