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NOBIA ABCompany logo

Sweden (SE)

OpenCorporation rating: 62.19 on 100

Ranking 2020: 19 on 602 companies

Primary and secondary NACE classification:
• Manufacture of kitchen furniture (3102)
• Retail sale of furniture, lighting equipment and other household articles in specialised stores (4759)

Company description

This company, with its registered head office in Stockholm, Sweden, is primarily engaged in the development, manufacture and wholesale of a range of interiors for kitchens, bathrooms and storage solutions. The company was formed in 1996 by Industri Kapital through a buy-out from STORA. The company is Europe's leading kitchen interiors company. Its business units manufacture and sell kitchen brands in various markets through their own kitchen studios and franchised showrooms. The company markets its products under several brand names, including A la Carte, C.P. Hart, Ewe-FM, Gower, HTH, Gor Det Selv, Hygena, Interior Solutions, Invita, Magnet, Magnet Trade, Marbodal, Marlin, Myresjokok, Netto Keittiot, Norema,, Novart Oy, Opti Fit, Parma, Petra, Poggen Pohl, Pronorm, Sigdal, and Uno Form. The company aims to continue growing, both by enhancing efficiency and making acquisitions. Its strategy rests on four cornerstones: decentralised responsibility for profitability, multi-brand and multi-channel distribution, profitable growth, and low product cost. The company is also active in Austria, Germany and the United Kingdom.

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Latest news about nobia ab

4 December 2019 - 12:00

Nobia to invest in highly automated production plant in Sweden

Nobia’s Board of Directors has today made a directional decision to invest in a new production plant in Jönköping, Sweden, to replace Nobia’s existing factory in Tidaholm in 2024. The investment in automation and other production equipment is estimated at SEK 2 billion. As a result of the decision, Nobia has started customary union negotiations.

› source:  Cision

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