Skanska Group website ranked third in Webranking 2014-2015

2/19/2015 11:12 AM CET

We are proud that our Group website is third in the Swedish edition of Webranking. Among the 500 largest companies in Europe, we achieved our best placement so far - number 8.


The Skanska Group website,, ranks top three among the 100 largest companies in Sweden. This was announced today when the Swedish Webranking results were communicated by Comprend, the producers of Webranking - Europe's leading survey of corporate websites, based on stakeholder demands.

In the Construction & Materials industry, Skanska ranks number one. Among Europe's 500 largest companies, Skanska is the 8th best website.

Strong performance on About us and Share content

Skanska scores high on the About us and Share sections, presenting a thorough overview of the company, its business and share:

Skanska provides one of the best 'about us' sections among allranked companies. It provides a clear and thorough overview ofthe company’s business and services. Helena Wennergren, Head of Marketing, Comprend.

- Our Group website is one of our most important communications channels and we are proud of this placement in Webranking, as it's based on what stakeholders require, says Katarina Grönwall, SVP Communications, Skanska. 

- This is a quality stamp, says Nina Björn, Group External Digital Communications Manager, Skanska, and Head of the Group website. We have worked hard with the content to present the information our typical website visitor demands, along with presenting our contribution to society as a leading project development and construction company. Ranking high in Webranking confirms that our communication aligns with our target groups' demands. 

About Webranking

Webranking by Comprend, established 1997, is Europe's leading survey of corporate websites and the only global ranking that is based on stakeholder demands. The survey ranks the digital corporate communication of 900 companies around the world every year, measuring how well they meet the expectations of their key stakeholders – analysts, investors, business journalists and job seekers. The companies are selected based on market cap.