Canica

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Canica AS
Private
IndustryInvestments
Founded1985
HeadquartersOslo, Norway
Area served
Norway
Key people
Peter Arne Ruzicka (CEO)
Stein Erik Hagen (Chairman)
RevenueIncrease NOK 2,681 million (2006)
NOK -59 million (2006)
NOK 602 million (2006)
Number of employees
18 (2012)
ParentStein Erik Hagen (10%)
Caroline Marie Hagen (30%)
Carl Erik Hagen (30%)
Nina Camilla Hagen (30%)
Websitewww.canica.no

Canica is a private holding company, based in Oslo, Norway, created to own the RIMI grocery store chain, owned by Stein Erik Hagen (10%) and his three children Caroline Marie Hagen, Carl Erik Hagen and Nina Camilla Hagen (30% each). The company is the largest owner of Orkla (17.4%), Jernia (100%), Komplett (56.21%), Ignis and Steen & Strøm (49.9%). The company was founded in 1985 to own the RIMI grocery store chain that Hagen had started. This was sold to ICA in 2004.