|Per Steen Larsen (CEO)|
|Revenue||DKK 925 million|
|DKK 51 million|
Number of employees
Pisiffik A/S is a chain of Greenlandic stores. The company is the largest privately owned commercial company in Greenland, and is a subsidiary jointly owned by NorgesGruppen, the Norwegian grocery wholesaling group, the Danish investment company KFI, and Greenland Venture, a state-owned investment firm.
Pisiffik was first established in 1993 as KNI Pisiffik A/S, a subsidiary of Greenland's KNI conglomerate. Based in Greenland's larger towns, it was an experiment in running the stores without a government subsidy, while KNI Pilersuisoq continued to operate the more distant and less profitable outposts. The present Pisiffik A/S was spun off as a separate company in 2001 when Danish company Dagrofa bought Pisiffik as part of a privatization of parts of KNI. Dagrofa sold its shares to the current owners in 2015. In 2016, the headquarters were moved from Sisimiut to Nuuk.
Pisiffik A/S includes the following brands:
- Pisiffik - Supermarkets
- SPAR - Grocery stores
- Pisattat - Consumer electronics stores
- Torrak Fashion - Clothing stores
- JYSK - Furniture stores
- Elgiganten - Consumer electronics stores
- Nota Bene - Consumer electronics store in Nuuk
- Akiki - Home decor stores
Pisiffik also owns wholesaler KK Engros.
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