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Byggnads, (Swedish Building Workers Union) was founded in 1949 and it is a union for workers within the building sector, for example carpenters, concrete workers and wood workers at building sites.

Address:
Hagagatan 2
106 32 STOCKHOLM
Phone: + 46 10 601 10 01

e-mail: forbundet(at)byggnads.se

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Elektrikerna, Swedish Electricians' Union was founded in 1906 and it is a union for  those employed by electric installation companies and electricians within private energy companies, for instance.

Address:
Hagagatan 2
P O Box 1123
111 81 STOCKHOLM
Phone: + 46 8 412 82 82
e-mail: postboks.fk(at)sef.se

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Swedish Building Maintenance Workers Union - Fastighets that was founded in 1936 organises building maintenance workers employed by private, co-operative or municipal property owners, as well as cleaners at private cleaning companies.

Address:
Hagagatan 2
Box 70446
107 25 STOCKHOLM
Phone: + 46 8 696 11 50
e-mail: forbundskontoret(at)fastighets.se

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GS – (the Union of Forestry, Wood and Graphical Workers) was established in June 2009 through the merger of the former Graphic Workers' Union and the Forest and Wood Workers' Union. Its members work in printing offices and in wood technology, among others.

Adress:
Olof Palmes Gata 31
Box 1152
111 81 STOCKHOLM
Phone: + 46 (0) 10 - 470 83 00
e-mail: kontakt(at)gsfacket.se

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Handels - Swedish Commercial Employees' Union organises those working in shops, department stores and stock rooms, for instance.

Address:
Sveavägen 90
Box 1146
111 81 Stockholm
Phone: + 46 771 666 444

e-mail: handels(at)handels.se

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Swedish Hotel and Restaurant Workers' Union (Hotell- och Restaurangfacket) was founded in 1918 and it organises employees within hotels, restaurants and the tourist industry.

Address:
Olof Palmes gata 31, 3rd floor
P O Box 1143
111 81 STOCKHOLM
Phone: + 46 771 57 58 59
e-mail: info(at)hrf.net

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Kommunal (Swedish Municipal Workers' Union) was founded in 1910 and was originally a union for those working in the public sector, in for instance health care, child care and elderly care, or fire stations. Some of these services are today run on a private basis. It is the biggest union within the LO and the majority of the members are women.

Address:
Hagagatan 2, 1st floor
Box 19039
104 32 STOCKHOLM
Phone: + 46 10 442 70 70
e-mail: forbundet(at)kommunal.se

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Livs - Swedish Food Workers' Union was founded in 1896 and it organises workers in food processing industry, bakeries and breweries, for instance.

Address:
Upplandsgatan 3
Box 1156
111 81 STOCKHOLM
Phone: + 46 8 796 29 00
e-mail: info(at)livs.se

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IF Metall is the second largest member union of LO. It organises workers within i.a. the mechanical engineering and plastics industry, the ironworks sector, textile and clothing sector and mining.

Address:
Olof Palmes Gata 11
105 52 STOCKHOLM
Phone: + 46 8 786 80 00
e-mail: postbox.fk(at)ifmetall.se

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Musikerförbundet - (Swedish Musicians' Union) was founded in 1907 and its members are performers of music (rock, pop, classical, jazz) or studio and scene workers.

Address:
Alstromergatan 25 B
P O Box 491 44
100 29 Stockholm

Phone: + 46 8 587 060 00
e-mail: info(at)musikerforbundet

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Målarna - (Swedish Painters' Union) was established in 1887 and it organises professional building painters, industrial painters and car sprayers.
Address:
Olof Palmes Gata 31
P O Box 1113
111 81 STOCKHOLM
Phone: + 46 8 587 274 00
e-mail: post(at)malareforbundet.a.se

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Pappers - Swedish Paper Workers' Union was founded in 1920 and organises workers in paper and pulp mills.

Address:
Olof Palmes gata 11, 5th floor
Box 1127
111 81 STOCKHOLM
Phone: + 46 8 796 61 00
e-mail: info(at)pappers.se

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SEKO - (The Union for Service and Communications Employees)  is the third largest LO union and organises employees in different sectors such as telecommunications/IT, postal services, public administration, transports, the energy sector and railways, with both public and private actors.

Address: Box 1105,
111 81 Stockholm.
Hagagatan 2
Phone: + 46 8 791 41 00
e-mail: seko(at)seko.se

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Transport - Swedish Transport Workers' Union was founded in 1897 and it organises groups within the transport sector, such as  truck drivers, taxi drivers and bus drivers.

Address:
Olof Palmes Gata 29, 6th floor
Box 714
101 33 STOCKHOLM
Phone: + 46 10 480 30 00
e-mail: transport.fk(at)transport.se

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