dtac announced that its CEO Lars Norling has decided to leave the company to pursue new opportunities. He will remain in his current role until September 1, 2018

Lars Norling / Photo : dtac

Total Access Communication PLC (dtac) today announced that its CEO Lars Norling has decided to leave the company to pursue new opportunities. dtac has initiated the process of appointing a new CEO.

Lars Norling said:“It has been a true honor to lead dtac over the last few years. I am proud to have been a part of dtac’s leadership team as we kickstarted the company’s digital transformation journey, and I look forward to seeing the dtac team continue to achieve great results for our customers. For the next months, I will focus on ensuring a continued strong business momentum and a smooth transition to my successor”

Lars Norling will remain in his current role until September 1, 2018, or until a successor has been appointed.

Boonchai Bencharongkul, Chairman of dtac Board of Directors, said:“I would like to extend my sincere appreciation to Lars Norling for his hard work and dedication. During his time with dtac, the company has consolidated its position as a leader on 4G, innovation and digital inclusion for all Thais. I wish Lars all the best on his new endeavors.”

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