ⓘ Carlzon

                                     

ⓘ Carlzon

  • Cathrin Carlzon born 1983, Swedish Olympic swimmer.
  • Lars Carlzon 1918–2004, Swedish prelate and Bishop in Stockholm.
  • Jan Carlzon born 1941, Swedish businessman.
                                     
  • Lena Carlzon - Lundback, born 26 March 1954 in Malmberget, Sweden is a Swedish former cross - country skier, competing for Malmbergets AIF at club level.
  • Jan Gosta Carlzon ne Karlsson born 25 June 1941 is a Swedish businessman. He is most noted for being chief executive officer of SAS Group from 1981
  • Lars Axel Carlzon 20 February 1918 23 July 2004 was a Swedish prelate who was the Bishop in Stockholm between 1979 and 1984. Carlzon was born on February
  • Cathrin Carlzon born 25 April 1983 is a Swedish Olympic swimmer. She competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics, where she swam the 4 100 m freestyle preliminary
  • Lundback is a Swedish surname that may refer to Lena Carlzon - Lundback born 1954 Swedish cross - country skier Sven - Åke Lundback born 1948 Swedish
  • swimmer Swedish swimmer in 1991 European Sprint Swimming Championships Janne Karlsson disambiguation Jan Carlzon born 1941 Swedish businessman
  • 1942 1954 Helge Ljungberg 1954 1971 Ingmar Strom 1971 1979 Lars Carlzon 1979 1984 Krister Stendahl 1984 1988 Henrik Svenungsson 1988 1998
  • Carl Caldenius 1887 1961 until 1920 known by the surname Carlzon was a Swedish Quarterany geologist and geotechnical engineer. He is mostly known
  • Kjellson, actor Jacob Wallenberg, industrialist Jakob Lindberg, musician Jan Carlzon industrialist Jenny Syquia, model and designer Johan Baner, fieldmarshall
  • was closed down. He is married to the Olympic cross - country skier Lena Carlzon - Lundback they have a daughter and a son, who also competed in cross - country
  • to visualize the shields hung on the side of the longships. After Jan Carlzon s appointment as chief executive officer in 1981, he introduced a new
  • market, it was dependent on international partners to feed its hub. Jan Carlzon the then - CEO of SAS, took the initiative for the merger process. He believed