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Clas Ohlson’s project with storage provider Vinden

"Enabling more space in our customer’s homes is a great way of simplifying our customers’ lives," says Henrik Danielsson, head of New Business at Clas Ohlson.

"Enabling more space in our customer’s homes is a great way of simplifying our customers’ lives," says Henrik Danielsson, head of New Business at Clas Ohlson.

The Swedish retailer Clas Ohlson now offers a one month free storage service included in the purchase of storage boxes. The offer is part of Clas Ohlson's collaboration with storage provider Vinden. The pilot project with Vinden started in October 2018 and the joint offer is now available in the whole Stockholm region. In the next step, the concept will be rolled out to additional cities.

"We help each other in a good way - Vinden, being an agile start-up, can easily adapt their offer and give our customers added value, and we in turn can offer Vinden extra momentum with our long experience in the consumer market and our strong sales and marketing channels," says Henrik Danielsson, head of New Business at Clas Ohlson. "By co-packing this product and service, we are making our range of storage solutions even more attractive. Enabling more space in our customer's homes is a great way of simplifying our customers' lives, while we simultaneously add value to our product offering," he explains.

|17 June 2019


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