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Clas Ohlson unveils new service

The Clas Fix It service provides assistance with jobs that are maybe too simple for hiring traditional help, or that are too difficult or daunting for customers to do themselves.

The Clas Fix It service provides assistance with jobs that are maybe too simple for hiring traditional help, or that are too difficult or daunting for customers to do themselves.

Swedish retailer Clas Ohlson has launched its new Clas Fix It service. The service provides assistance with jobs that are maybe too simple for hiring traditional help, or that are too difficult or daunting for customers to do themselves. Besides offering practical help in the home, Clas Fix It will offer advice by video or phone.

A pilot project in the autumn went well, according to the company. Now the service, based on the idea of simplifying everyday life in all kinds of homes, is available in Stockholm. The further roll-out of the service is planned during 2019.

There is a fixed price for the most common services requested and the booking process is simple. Customers can also order products from Clas Ohlson's product range, which the Clas Fix It staff will deliver during the visit.

|28 November 2018

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