Bukowskis köper Norrköpings Auktionsverk ytterligare ett tillskott för Bukowskis

by Artnet Scandinavia on 10 november, 2011

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Bukowskis köper Norrköpings Auktionsverk
Sörmland, Östergötland och Småland
Bukowskis stärker genom förvärvet av Norrköpings Auktionsverk sin position. Norrköpings-kontoret blir ytterligare ett tillskott för Bukowskis snabbast växande segment – nätauktionerna.

 

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Bukowskis buys Norrköpings Auktionsverk
29 Nov 12:12 CET

Bukowskis | Norrköping

Bukowskis’ online segment has rocketed since 2010, and the company has now acquired Norrköpings Auktionsverk to cover the regions of Östergötland, Södermanland and Småland.

This acquisition will enhance Bukowskis’ position both regionally and online, and will provide a geographically strategic hub.

The Norrköping office is expected to further improve Bukowskis’ fastest-growing segment, the online auctions.

“We were overjoyed when Norrköpings Auktionsverk chose us for their proposal, not our competitors. Bukowskis Market is expanding rapidly, and the Norrköping region is a strategic hub. Anders Olsén has done a fantastic job, and it’s like coming to an ample feast of skill and experience. We are deeply impressed and extremely pleased with this turn of events,” says Bukowskis CEO Michael Storåkers.

In addition to the name change to Bukowskis Norrköping, the acquisition of Norrköpings Auktionsverk will lead to a number of changes.

“For some time, we have been contemplating working with a strong owner to enhance our business and carry on doing what we like the best, namely to sell art and older crafts objects,” says Anders Olsén, CEO of Norrköpings Auktionsverk.

Facts about Bukowskis Market
Bukowskis Auktioner bought Auktionskompaniet (founded in 1980) in 2009, after formerly being a partner. In 2010, the company changed its name to Bukowskis Market. The online auctions started in 2008. Bukowskis Market
• has branches/showrooms/offices in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Helsinki – and in Norrköping starting from next year.
• is the largest Nordic online auction house selling objects evaluated by specialists.
• reported a turnover of SEK 67 million in 2009 and SEK 175 million in 2011.
• is part of Bukowskis, founded in 1870.

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