Ulrika Fager New Head of Group Communication at Preem
Preem has appointed Ulrika Fager as new Head of Group Communication. Ulrika has solid experience of similar importance for Swedavia, Saab and SAS. She will take office by 1 March 2019.
Ulrika Fager comes from a managerial role in Swedavia, where she is responsible for the Media Relations and crisis communication department. She has a broad and solid experience in communication and impact work.
"I am very pleased to welcome Ulrika Fager to Preem and our communication team. Preem wants to be a leader in the shift towards a more sustainable society and in that change communication is an important puzzle piece. Ulrika, with his experience and breadth within the communication industry, will contribute in this work”, says Petter Holland, President and CEO of Preem.
"I really look forward to starting at Preem. For me, the communication profession is about influencing important issues. At the moment, the most important issue for all companies is how to contribute to a more sustainable future. Preem is one of the companies in the forefront of sustainability both in action and in communication. Being part of that work feels both exciting and good”, says Ulrika Fager.
For more information contact:
Preem's Press Office, +46 70 450 10 01, email@example.com
PREEM is the largest fuel company in Sweden. Our vision is to lead the transformation towards a sustainable society. Our two refineries are among the most modern and environmentally adapted in Europe, with a refining capacity of more than 18 million cubic meters of crude oil per year. Our business encompasses production, sales, distribution, trading and goods supply. We refine and sell petrol, diesel, heating oil and renewable fuels to companies and consumers in Sweden and Norway. Around two-thirds of our production is exported. We also have a nationwide service network with some 570 fuel stations for private and commercial traffic. Preem employs around 1,400 people, of which 950 work at the refineries. Preem had a turnover of SEK 69 billion in 2017. Read more at www.preem.com.