CleanSpace Holdings appoints Graham McLean as CEO

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA: CleanSpace Holdings Limited (ASX: CSX) has appointed Graham McLean as CEO, effective immediately. Mr McLean joined the CleanSpace Board in February 2022 and has been acting as Interim CEO since 10 January 2023.

CleanSpace is a Sydney-based designer and manufacturer of respiratory protection equipment for healthcare and industrial solutions.

CleanSpace’s Chair, Bruce Rathie said, “The Board has been impressed by Graham’s leadership of the business. He has demonstrated a commitment, energy and fresh approach to accelerating sales and facilitating the ongoing cost reduction initiatives. We are confident in his ability to lead the Company through the current challenges and return the Company to growth.”

Mr McLean is a very experienced senior executive, having worked with NYSE-listed Stryker for 16-years, and brings significant operational and healthcare experience. Stryker is a global company offering a range of products and services, including healthcare PPE, sold via distributors and direct sales. At Stryker, Mr McLean held several senior positions, including President, Japan, President Australia/New Zealand and President, Asia Pacific, based in Singapore and Hong Kong.

During this time, Mr McLean was responsible for transforming Asia Pacific, including restructuring their China distribution to accelerate growth of the business, resulting in Asia Pacific becoming a fast growing, multi-billion-dollar sales region.

Graham McLean holds a Bachelor of Science Geography from Durham University, is a CPA, a Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Mr McLean said, “I am excited to have been appointed CEO and to have the opportunity to lead CleanSpace Holdings. In my time serving as Interim CEO, I have only become more convinced by the strength of the business fundamentals and its clear growth potential.”

Graham McLean will continue as a Director of the Company but will no longer receive Director fees following his appointment as permanent CEO.

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