STOCKHOLM, Sweden--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Regulatory News:
After almost 40 years in different roles with responsibility for logistics at Dagab and the last five as president and director, Anders Agerberg is now stepping down. His successor is Anders Endertorp who will take up his new position on 1 January.
Anders Agerberg has been president and head of Dagab for the past five years but with his over 40 years within logistics at Dagab his experience is much more than that. Anders will stay at Axfood and mainly work with property and development projects before his retirement. Anders has been a member of Axfood’s Executive Committee.
Axfood’s President and CEO, Anders Strålman, comments: “I would like to thank Anders Agerberg for the fantastic work he has done at Dagab over all these years. The first thing that comes to mind is the achievement of restoring efficiency and service levels following the SAP implementation which affected and presented a major challenge for Dagab in recent years.”
The new head of logistics from 1 January will be Anders Endertorp, currently head of transport at Dagab. Anders Endertorp has successfully carried out the integration of transport operations at Axfood.
Axfood AB conducts food retail and wholesale business in Sweden. Retail business is conducted through the wholly owned store chains Willys and Hemköp, comprising 254 stores in all. In addition, Axfood collaborates with a number of proprietor-run stores that are tied to Axfood through agreements. These include stores within the Hemköp as well as stores run under the Handlar’n and Tempo profiles. In all, Axfood collaborates with approximately 820 proprietor-run stores. Wholesaling is conducted through Dagab and Axfood Närlivs. Axfood is listed on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm AB's Large Cap list. Axel Johnson AB is the principal owner, with 50,1% of the shares.
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