28.06.2022  |  Branchenyt

Logicenters continues growth with new CFO

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Logicenters is continuing along its path to continued growth. The logistics property company is to appoint Johanna Wollgård as CFO; she will continue the work of building up its financial reporting.

Logicenters is continuing to develop its operations as the leading owner of modern logistics properties in the key logistics locations in the Nordic region as of September 1st, Johanna Wollgård will step into the new role of CFO, focusing on building up the company’s financial reporting, monitoring investments and, on a broader level, ensuring Logicenters’ profitability.

“This is very positive news for us. As NREP and Logicenters have grown, so has the need to strengthen our Finance Department. Johanna Wollgård will bring her knowledge and experience to our investments, enabling us to make better decisions going forward”, says Matthias Kettelhoit, CEO at Logicenters.

Johanna Wollgård has held various roles within the NREP Group since 2016. In recent years, her responsibilities have been as Senior Fund Controller for one of the Group’s funds. Wollgård has also worked in the auditing department for the audit and consulting network Deloitte.

“I am very grateful to have been entrusted with this new role and I look forward to taking on the new challenges within NREP”, says Johanna Wollgård. 

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Logicenters is the leading developer and owner of modern logistics properties in prime locations in the Nordics with over one million square meters of space and a turnover of 50+ million euros. Over the last decade, we have been the most active developer of modern logistics properties with 20+ completed projects and 400.000+ sqm of space developed. Our leading position as a highly active and moder…

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