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Löfbergs celebrates 115 years by inaugurating a new whole bean roastery
On this very day, 115 years ago, Löfbergs was founded. The family-owned coffee roaster celebrates the occasion by treating itself to a solid birthday present: a new state-of-the-art whole bean roastery in Karlstad, Sweden.
International Coffee Partners: 20 years of hands-on smallholder family support
Join the 20 years ICP event “Focus on People! How the coffee sector can ensure smallholder families’ livelihoods” on Tuesday, June 15th at 10 am CEST to get to know ICP and follow a discussion about the opportunities of holistic support to coffee farmer families and working together for effectively tackling the challenges ahead.
Löfbergs strengthens the board of directors with Rosie Kropp
Rosie Kropp has been appointed to the board of directors of the Swedish based coffee group Löfbergs. Rosie is a senior advisor in brand development, transformation and marketing. She has 25 years of experience from senior leadership positions in global companies and consulting firms.
“Promoting equality is something we need to work with 365 days a year”
Celebrate women's achievement. Raise awareness against bias. Take action for equality. These are three aspects that Kathrine Löfberg, chair of the board at Swedish based coffee group Löfbergs, bears in mind on International Women’s Day – and every other day of the year.
He is the new CEO of Löfbergs
The Swedish-based coffee group Löfbergs has appointed Anders Fredriksson as new CEO. Anders has 20 years’ experience of management positions and is currently CEO of Norrmejerier, a Swedish diary company with a variety of national and international brands.
"Small in some aspects, but large enough to make a difference"
This past year was one of the most important ones when it comes to sustainability – and one of the toughest. This put great demands on us and our business, and in our view, we can and must contribute to a sustainable development in line with Agenda 2030.
ICP provides emergency relief fund after hurricanes in Central America
As a response to the devastating effects of Hurricanes Eta and Iota in Honduras and Guatemala, International Coffee Partners (ICP) makes an emergency relief fund available. It will support 400 smallholder coffee farmer families with direct food access and restoring damaged infrastructure. In total 40,000 Euro will be available.
He will be the acting CEO of Löfbergs
Fredrik Nilsson, 46, has been appointed acting CEO of Löfbergs as from 1 November. Fredrik is currently working as CFO at the family-owned coffee roaster, a position he will keep.
Change in management at Löfbergs – Lars Appelqvist moves onto another job
After 22 years at Löfbergs, of which 12 years as CEO, Lars Appelqvist is moving onto a new job. By the turn of the year, he will take up the position as Executive Vice President for HKScan’s operations in Sweden. Lars will remain at Löfbergs until then, which gives the company plenty of time to find his successor.
Kathrine Löfberg takes over the gavel
Kathrine Löfberg, 45, will be AB Anders Löfberg's new chairman of the board. As from January 1, 2015, she will succeed Anders Löfberg. Kathrine Löfberg has held leading positions in the company since 1999.
Löfbergs awarded for its sustainability work
The coffee roaster Löfbergs received the award Excellent Sustainable Supplier today. The Swedish Environmental Management Council (SEMCo) rewards a company that is successfully working with the supply of green products and services.
Löfbergs and Swedish government agency in a joint initiative
Many coffee farmers around the world are adversely affected by the climate changes - with poorer living conditions as a cause. Now, Sida is taking joint action together with Löfbergs and nine other coffee companies. In a common development project, they want to improve the possibilities for small-scale coffee farmers to meet the climate changes and increase their income.
Small-scale coffee farmers increased their production
Increased production, higher quality and better standard of living. That is the result of a three-year development project in Brazil, which Löfbergs has undertaken. The project involved 500 coffee farmers and their families.
New marketing manager at Löfbergs Lila
Leif Sjöblom is the new marketing manager at the family business Löfbergs Lila. Leif has recently worked at Fazer Restaurants where he worked as country manager and marketing manager. Kathrine Löfberg, former marketing manager at Löfbergs Lila, will be the group’s new director of communications.