News | Anders Johansson Eickhoff departs


Change at the helm of Skånska Byggvaror

A change is imminent at the helm of Skånska Byggvaror, which has been a subsidiary of the Swedish DIY chain Byggmax for two years now. After nearly five years at the top of the company, CEO Anders Johansson Eickhoff is leaving the distance and e-commerce retailer that operates in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.

His successor will be Oscar Tjärnberg, who is currently the CEO of Lekmer, a Swedish mail order company specialising in children's clothing, toys and other items. Tjärnberg will take up his new appointment on 1 October.

|23 August 2017


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