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11 September 2015

Nowy Styl Group takes over SITAG

Nowy Styl Group, one of the leaders of the European office furniture market, signed a contract in Zurich concerning the acquisition of SITAG AG, based in Switzerland.

Nowy Styl Group takes over SITAG

SITAG manufactures designer and ergonomic chairs and armchairs, and functional furniture systems for office spaces, reception areas and conference halls. The company does not supply only products, but also comprehensive services concerning interior arrangement.

SITAG was established 50 years ago. With annual revenue amounting to 30 million CHF, SITAG can be found in the European Top 100 Office Furniture Companies. Thanks to the acquisition, Nowy Styl Group will enter the highly developed and very important Swiss market which, together with the German and Austrian markets, belongs to the strongest ones in Western Europe.

Nowy Styl Group is a European leader in designing comprehensive furniture solutions for office and public spaces. Thanks to its unique business model, the Group offers an excellent interior furnishing service based on in-depth analysis of customers’ needs, efficiency, work organisation, ergonomics and acoustics. Nowy Styl Group’s experience as well as technological and production facilities ensure that every offer is “tailor-made”. Its annual revenue amounts to almost 300 mln Euro.
The company has its own international distribution network comprising local sales structures all over the world.

To meet the tastes and needs of customers all over the globe, the Group’s portfolio consists of 7 product brands: Nowy Styl, BN Office Solution, Grammer Office, Rohde & Grahl, Sitag, Forum Seating and Baltic Wood. The range of office solutions offered by Nowy Styl Group is presented in over 15 showrooms located in Warsaw, London, Paris, Dusseldorf, Munich, Prague, Bratislava, and Moscow. Nowy Styl Group manufactures its products in more than a dozen production plants equipped with state-of-the-art technologies that are located in Poland, Germany, Ukraine, Russia and now also in Switzerland.