LK is a family-owned trading and production group, operating on a global scale within the HVAC-area. We are the market leader in Sweden and has an increasing sales of products, systems and solutions in the Nordic countries, Europe and the USA.
LK Systems is the leading manufacturer of easy-to-install systems for heating and tap water distribution and pre-insulated pipes in the Nordics. Through our prefabrication factory, we also provide tailor-made solutions that simplify the installation process even further.
LK Armatur is a leading producer in Europe, manufactures millions of valves per year for the global HVAC market. Our solutions are based on a comprehensive view of how valves, control units, components and prefabricated products work together.
Our PEX Pipe Extrusion business area is an innovative manufacturer of high-quality plastic pipes for the heating and plumbing industry. Our core is the efficient, high-technology production process for crosslinked PE-Xa pipes, resulting in products with a unique combination of flexibility and hydrostatic strength.
The board of directors makes decisions concerning overall issues relating to LK, such as strategy, investments and organisational structure. The board has established special committees that investigate and make proposals on certain issues.
Chairman: Lars Erik Blom
Members: Stig Karlsson, Mårten Behm, Erik Behm, Lars-Göran Johansson, Mario Hayek (CEO) Claes Behm (suppleant) Björn Behm (suppleant)
Each Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for the day-to-day management and oversight of the company operations. The CEOs form the Senior Executive Team, which is constituted as follows:
LK, Support units: Mario Hayek, CEO
Water and Heating: Systems, Michael Söderberg, CEO
Hydronic Solutions: Magnus Eriksson, CEO
PEX Pipe Extrusion: Fredrik Simonsson, CEO
The support units assist the management on Group-wide matters. They also provide support to the business units.
Finance: Mario Hayek
Human Resources: Helena Lillienberg
Corporate communications: Sara Claesson
IT: Peter Dixner