Business overview

Nobia sells and manufactures kitchens in three regions – the Nordics, the UK and Central Europe. The Nordics and the UK are the two largest regions, which together account for close to 90 per cent of the Group's sales.

 

Nordic region

Nobia has several kitchen brands in the Nordics. Our kitchens are produced and sold to both consumers and professional customers.

In Sweden, we sell kitchens from Marbodal, HTH and uno form.
In Norway, we market kitchens under the brands Sigdal, Norema, HTH, Marbodal and uno form.
In Denmark, we operate with the brands HTH, Invita and uno form.
In Finland, we are present with the brands A la Carte, Petra and HTH.

Own stores
55
Productions units: 6
Employees: 2,596
Net sales*: SEK 5,651 million
Operating profit*: SEK 749 million

 

UK region

In the UK, Nobia is present with the operations Magnet, Gower, Interior Solutions, Rixonway Kitchens, Commodore and CIE Kitchens.

Our customers in the UK are consumers, builders, builders' merchants, construction companies, private developers and social housing organizations.

The largest operation is Magnet, which is a specialised kitchen chain with own stores across the UK.

Own stores
206
Productions units: 5
Employees: 3,042
Net sales*: SEK 6,099 million
Operating profit*: SEK 567 million

 

Central Europe region

This region comprises Nobia's Austrian and German operations.

In Austria, Nobia manufactures kitchens with the brands ewe, FM and Intuo, which are mainly sold through to furniture chains and independent kitchen specialists in Austria.

In Germany, Nobia manufactures exclusive kitchens under the Poggenpohl brand for a global market of consumers and professional customers. Goldreif kitchens are sold through Poggenpohl's store network.

Own stores
36
Productions units: 3
Employees: 844
Net sales*: SEK 1,586 million
Operating profit*: SEK 81 million

 

*Net sales and operating profit for 2015 were adjusted for items affecting comparability. Net sales for the regions do not include sales to other regions.

Latest update: 18 May 2016