PEN to deliver shop solution for Emmaus Björkå in Malmö
PEN Concept Group AB has signed an agreement with Emmaus Björkå regarding a shop solution to a new establishment in Malmö, Sweden. The delivery, being coordinated through the subsidiary PEN Shop Concept AB, contains interior for walls, floors and lighting systems as well as cash desks and display systems. PEN’s commitment also includes project management and onsite installation services. The timely delivery enables a new Emmaus Björkå store of 1 450 square meters, located along Södra Förstadsgatan, a key pedestrian and shopping area in Malmö. Total order value is approximately 1 MSEK.
For any inquiry regarding this transaction, kindly contact:
Johan Burtus, CEO, PEN Concept Group AB
Phone: +46 738 000 460
Pelle Hälje, Communications Manager, Emmaus Björkå
Phone: +46 763 915 512
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 June 2, 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.
Emmaus Björkå in brief
Emmaus Björkå is an non-profit organization working with international solidarity, social responsibility and sustainable development, against poverty and oppression around the world. Within the domestic market, Emmaus Björkå cooperates with a number of municipalities and offers meaningful employment and working communities for people outside the labour market and / or having disabilities. Second-hand operations increase reuse in society and reduces Sweden's environmental impact. Emmaus Björkå’s recycling operations result in lowering carbon dioxide emissions equivalent to more than 17,500 passenger cars per annum. The organization is also participating in several research projects to develop better methods for recycling of textiles.