PEN delivers turnkey solution for Wayne’s Coffee in Jönköping

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PEN Concept Group AB has received an order of a turnkey solution for Wayne’s Coffee in Jönköping. The assignment, coordinated by PEN’s subsidiary PEN Interiör AB, contains project management, design, engineering and installation of interior and equipment. The project serves to enable the opening of a Wayne’s Coffee’s new coffee shop at a newly renovated part of A6 shopping mall, estimated to open in October 2017. Project order value totals some 700 kSEK.

For any inquiry regarding this transaction, kindly contact:
Johan Burtus, CEO, PEN Concept Group AB

Phone: +46 738 000 460

Mats Hörnell, Deputy CEO, Wayne’s Coffee
Phone: +46 738 139 900

This information is insider information that PEN Concept Group AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication trough the agency of the contact person set out above, on September 22, 2017.

PEN Concept Group in brief
PEN Concept Group AB, ‘PEN’, is a turnkey supplier of interior products and solutions for shops, exhibitions, events, restaurants and showrooms. The group coordinates all required resources to offer customers both standard and customized interior solutions, including large scale productions. The Swedish operations is channelled through the subsidiaries PEN Interiör AB in Jönköping, PEN Shop Concept AB in Lerum and Goods Sweden AB in Växjö. The group also has a production facility, Oboya Shop Concept Ltd., in Qingdao, China.

Wayne’s Coffee in brief
Wayne’s Coffee is a Swedish-owned international coffee shop that sets the standard for the modern European coffee shop concept – the very image of how, where and when we fika (Swedish for having a coffee) in the urban environment. The first Wayne’s Coffee shop opened in Stockholm in 1994. The chain currently serves 40,000 coffee shop guests every day and operates in six countries. Since January 2016, Wayne’s Coffee is Sweden’s first organic certified chain of coffee shops.


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