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Within the next ten years, some 19 000 years of accumulated knowledge and experience will retire from Södra. Therefore, we never stop welcoming new knowledge and new faces. Even in a large organization, it is important to make room for the individual. We have a place for you.
In Södra it is not only the forest that needs to grow. Engaged employees will always be the driving force taking our company forward. If you deliver commitment and innovation. We promise an exciting job and many laughs. Welcome to find your place at Södra.
The forestry has an enormous significance for Sweden’s future, says Lars Idermark.
30 years ago she was an elite competitive swimmer, and in 1992 she competed in the Barcelona Olympics. Today, she’s happiest among her flowers and vegetables on her small allotment outside Varberg.
Madde Rumberg sits in a small converted garage of 50 square metres in the village of Asarum, in Sweden’s Blekinge province. The space is a sea of paints, canvases, sculptures, paintbrushes and paintings. This is where she finds a feeling of calm, where she lives.
The connection between a small-scale, sustainable forestry and a global forest industry makes us unique. Each component of Södra’s cycle plays an important role. Our 51,000 members, sawmills, pulp mills. And in particular our 3,400 engaged employees. Together we ensure that the forests in southern Sweden are used for renewable products all over the world.