|Founded||1 January 2006|
|Predecessor||Swedish Industrial Union and Swedish Metalworkers' Union|
|Head union||Anders Ferbe|
|Office location||Stockholm, Sweden|
IF Metall is a trade union in Sweden. It was formed in a 2006 merger between the Swedish Industrial Union (Industrifacket) and the Swedish Metalworkers' Union (Metall). Its roots in Metall trace back to 1888.
- mechanical engineering and the plastics industry
- the building material industry
- the mining sector
- the ironworks sector
- the textile industry, including clothing
- automobile repair shops
- including disabled workers doing similar tasks within government sponsored projects, including Samhall
IF Metall is the second largest affiliate of the Swedish Trade Union Confederation.
List of chairmen
- Stefan Löfven, 2006–2012
- Anders Ferbe, 2012–present
- "Snabbfakta om förbundet". IF Metall (in Swedish). 14 February 2014. Retrieved 2 March 2014.