Hagaberg’s sister company Bodins Maskin has hired Linnea Klarqvist as new Production Manager. She started her position in early February 2020. “We are very happy that Linnea has joined our team in this newly created position as Production Manager at Bodins. This is one of many initiatives to strengthen our organization and part of our commitment to become one of the leading suppliers in Europe of fork-lift attachments and associated services” says Michael Mononen Chairman and co-owner of Bodins and Hagaberg.
Linnea was born in Uppsala and has lived in Örebro for many years. She studied to flight engineer for operational maintenance and quality at Mälardalens Högskola. Linnea worked as a quality coordinator at Atlas Copco and took a Green Certificate CNC, a certification of competencies required for competitive production. She continued in the company as measuring technician on the CNC, assembly and logistics side. To deepen her leadership skills, she started the Green Logistic Management program in 2016. A leadership training in logistics with focus on the environment and sustainability. Linnea’s most recent position was at BAE Systems Bofors in Karlskoga, Sweden where she worked as a production quality technician.
When time permits, Linnea likes to take a ride on her bike. She will be biking her third Tjejvättern this summer (a 100 km long bike race for women)!
What made you accept the post?
-I love to learn new things and the description of this job felt absolutely right! The experience I have from various aspects of production and quality will be of great help in my new role. I have mostly worked in large organizations. To be part of an expanding organization is very exciting!
How do you see your new role?
-As responsible for the production at Bodins, it is important to find the right conditions to take a well-established brand to the “next level”. Our scheduled move to a joint production site with Hagaberg in the end of the year, gives another aspect to my new job. To be involved from the beginning, planning new production flows and getting things “right from the start” is both challenging and very interesting.