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Henrik Jonsson in a new role in BoKlok

Henrik Jonsson in a new role in BoKlok

For the past two years, Henrik Jonsson has been responsible for BoKlok’s expansion into Great Britain. On May 1, Henrik Jonsson took over as Executive Vice President of BoKlok’s operations in Finland, Norway and Great Britain.

For the past two years, Henrik Jonsson has been responsible for leading and executing BoKlok’s expansion into the UK. A local organization and project portfolio have now been established, with three projects in the ongoing processes of obtaining building permits.

Effective May 1, Henrik Jonsson has now moved into the newly created role of Executive Vice President of BoKlok’s operations in Finland, Norway and Great Britain. The heads of state concerned report to Henrik Johnson.

– This is an excellent solution to ensure close and clear leadership for all markets, while at the same time making the best use of Henrik’s experience from the very successful work setting up BoKlok UK. For BoKlok, this is a solution that lays the foundation for a long-term profitable business in all our markets, says Jonas Spangenberg, CEO at BoKlok.

Henrik Jonsson has worked at BoKlok since 2010 and previously held positions as Head of Expansion, Head of Products, Industrial Production and Head of Supply Chain. Henrik comes to BoKlok from Skanska, where he worked for ten years in project and business development as well as contracting operations and housing development, giving him extensive experience in these areas.

– For me, this is a completely new role and two markets, Finland and Norway, I have not worked with to the same extent before. I look forward to sharing the knowledge available in our operations in each country and developing these markets further. It is a very interesting and rewarding feeling to be part of these countries’ teams and achieve long-term success together,” says Henrik Jonsson, BoKlok’s newly appointed Executive Vice President.

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