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Swedish Industrial Union

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Industrifacket
Swedish Industrial Union
Industrifacket
Merged intoIF Metall
Founded23 April 1993
DissolvedJanuary 2006
HeadquartersStockholm, Sweden
Location
Members
90,000
Key people
Leif Ohlsson, president
AffiliationsLO
Websitewww.industrifacket.se

The Swedish Industrial Union (Swedish: Industrifacket) was a trade union representing manufacturing workers in Sweden.

It was formed on 23 April 1993, with the merger of the Swedish Factory Workers' Union and the Swedish Textile, Garment and Leather Workers' Union. Like both its predecessors, it affiliated to the Swedish Trade Union Confederation.[1][2]

On formation, the union had 88,965 members, but this fell in line with employment in the industries it covered, and by 2005, it had only 65,956 members. In January 2006, it merged with the Swedish Metalworkers' Union, to form IF Metall.[1]

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Presidents

1993: Uno Ekberg
1994: Arne Lökken
1999: Leif Ohlsson

References

  1. ^ a b Kjellberg, Anders (2017). The Membership Development of Swedish Trade Unions and Union Confederations Since the End of the Nineteenth Century. Lund University. p. 80. ISBN 9172673109.
  2. ^ Ebbinghaus, Bernhard; Visser, Jelle (2000). Trade Unions in Western Europe Since 1945. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. p. 626–630. ISBN 0333771125.
  • ICTUR; et al., eds. (2005). Trade Unions of the World (6th ed.). London, UK: John Harper Publishing. ISBN 0-9543811-5-7.


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