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Lotta Lyrå leaves Clas Ohlson and goes to Södra

Lotta Lyrå, president and CEO at Clas Ohlson, is leaving the Swedish retail company.

Lotta Lyrå, president and CEO at Clas Ohlson, is leaving the Swedish retail company.

Clas Ohlson boss Lotta Lyrå is leaving the Swedish retail company. She will still be performing her duties as president and CEO until 4 December 2020. She will then go to Södra where she will also be taking over this position. The Swedish group of companies with 52 000 employees is the largest association of forest owners in Sweden and is active in the international timber industry.

Lotta Lyrå came from Ikea to the helm of Clas Ohlson in 2017. She had previously already worked for Södra once before.

| 8 June 2020 | 12:20


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