JYSK presents record results after a most extraordinary year
Despite a number of special challenges, JYSK found the recipe for success and ended up with an increase in earnings of 15 percent in the financial year 2019/20.
DÄNISCHES BETTENLAGER Austria is now officially named JYSK
On 1 October 2020, all DÄNISCHES BETTENLAGER stores in Austria changed name to JYSK. The name change and introduction of JYSK’s new store concept will benefit customers in Austria.
JYSK presents record turnover despite coronavirus
Despite a lot of challenges JYSK reached the highest turnover ever during the financial year 2019/20.
JYSK commits to 100 percent sustainable wood
As of 1 January 2022, all new wooden products launched in JYSK will be FSC certified. By the end of 2024, all wood products in JYSK will be made from FSC certified wood.
25 years of constant development
On 1 July 2020, Executive Vice President Sales & Marketing, Jørgen Lund, celebrates 25 eventful years in JYSK.
Sustainability Manager to drive environmental change in JYSK
JYSK is stepping up its ongoing work with sustainability with the recruitment of Sam Harrington as Sustainability Manager. His job will be to further drive environmental change throughout the company.
JYSK welcomed customers in Moscow
Even though JYSK had not done any marketing, many customers stopped by, when JYSK opened the first store in Moscow on 3 June 2020.
JYSK opens in Russia
On 3 June 2020, JYSK will open the company’s first store in Russia, when customers are welcomed in the store in Trojka, Moscow.
JYSK invests 200 million EUR in new distribution centre in Hungary
During April 2020, JYSK will begin building a new distribution centre in Ecser, Hungary. When in operation, the distribution centre will employ around 300 people and further strengthen the company’s logistics setup in Europe.
Lars Larsen Group delivers yet another record result
With earnings before tax of 499 million EUR, the financial year 2018/19 was the best ever for Lars Larsen Group.
JYSK delivers great results after an eventful year
175 new stores and a large increase in customers meant that JYSK's total turnover in the last financial year grew to 3.794 billion EUR, while EBIT earnings landed at 436 million EUR.