Group Management

Polygon's Group Management operate from Headquarters with offices in Stockholm Sweden. From here, the strategy is laid out and works its way across the 16 countries, where we are currently present.

The uniqueness of Polygon as organisation is its decentralisation. Local Country Presidents along with Headquarters, supported by Triton, are responsible for achieving the set strategic targets and to make sure we live by our values; Integrity, Empathy and Excellence. 

Since 2010, the Polygon Group is wholly owned by Triton. The mission of the Board of Directors of Polygon, led by the Chairman of the Board, is to ensure that the company has a strategy which result in a sustainable long-term profitable business, to the benefit of all stakeholders of Polygon. 

For more information, visit www.triton-partners.com

 

 

Axel Gränitz

President and CEO

Born 1968
Joined Polygon 2018
Background: Member of Executive Board Dussmann Group, CEO - Dussmann International, Senior Position at Arvato AG - Bertelsmann, Senior Industry Advisor - Triton Private Equity, Senior industry Advisor - Waterland Private Equity.  
Education: Politics at Vanderbilt 

Jonas Granath

Chief Commercial Officer & Deputy CEO

Born 1976
Joined Polygon 2014
Background: Senior positions at IL Recycling Poland, Swedish Trade Council 
Education: M.Sc. Economics and Business Administration from Stockholm School of Economics & University of St. Gallen.

Christian Kohl

Chief Operating Officer

Born 1969
Joined Polygon 2006
Background: Senior positions at 3M in Sales and Marketing. Country president at Munters/ Polygon Austria and Switzerland
Education: Law at University Vienna, Six Sigma Black Belt , IMP-Programme at Duke University.

Martin Hamner

Born 1964
Joined Polygon 2019
Background: Chief financial officer for AB Industrivärden 2008-2018, Group controller and Head of Investor relations for ASSA ABLOY 1999-2007, Authorized Public Accountant for PricewaterhouseCoopers 1987-1999
Education: M. Sc. Business Administration Stockholm University