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Organizational structure

Electrolux Professional Group operates through two reportable segments: Food & Beverage (F&B) and Laundry.

Within the two segments there are five Business Areas focusing on customer categories and geographies: Food Europe, Food Americas, Food APAC & MEA, Beverage & Food Preparation and Laundry. There are certain Group functions that operate at a Group level to capture vital synergies and coordinate efforts across the two reportable segments and the Business Areas.




Our mission is to make our customers’ work-life easier, more profitable – and truly sustainable every day. This can only be accomplished through our greatest asset – our people.

Diverse and inclusive organization
We recognize and seek diversity in all its forms. It is paramount to our business success that we have a wide and diverse perspective on matters.

Guiding principles
Our Guiding Principles aim to support our mission and strategy by giving direction to our behaviors. By clearly stating the behaviors we want to see, we drive the company identity and culture. Our actions and decisions throughout the company should reflect and be aligned with these principles.

  • Be customer obsessed

  • Build trust

  • Be bold

  • Act sustainably


Employees by region, 2023

In January 2024, Electrolux Professional Group acquired TOSEI, a leading Japanese manufacturer of professional laundry equipment. After the acquisition, we are approximately 4,300 employees, in 33 countries and 13 manufacturing sites including R&D centers  The biggest countries in terms of number of employees are Italy, the US, and Sweden. Electrolux Professional Group headquarters are located in Stockholm, Sweden.

Figures are December 31, 2023 – prior the TOSEI acquisition.

  • Europe

    68 %
  • Americas

    17 %
  • Asia-Pacific,
    Middle East,

    15 %

Gender distribution

Age distribution employees

Worker distribution

Leadership diversity

The percentage of women in all managerial positions in 2023 was 27% (26). Gender diversity across managerial positions improved somewhat. Activities related to diversity and inclusion, such as training and support for hiring managers have increased during the year.

December 31, 2023