Komplett

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Komplett AS
Public
Industry E-Commerce
Founded 1996
Headquarters Sandefjord, Norway
Key people
Ole Vinje, CEO
Products Komplett
Website http://www.komplettgroup.com

Komplett AS[1] [2] [3] is a Norwegian e-commerce company with nine webshops in 3 countries in Scandinavia. The main part of their product assortment is computers and components, but they have also expanded to include photographic, Hi-Fi, TV, gaming and white goods. The y headquarters are located in Sandefjord, Norway where the company was founded. In addition to their Norwegian operations, Komplett also runs webshops in Sweden and Denmark, and distribution in Norway through the channels Norek and Itegra. Komplett has three call centers for sales and support in Sandefjord, Norway and Gothenburg, Sweden. Komplett has a distribution center and warehouses in Sandefjord, Norway. Company turnover in 2015 was 7.3 billion NOK with 800 employees and 1 800,000 active customers.

History[edit]

Year Significant event(s)
1991 Norek was established
1996 Introduced the first webshop, Komplett.no
1999 Norkom established as a result of a merger between Komplett and Norek
2000 Noted on the Oslo Stock Exchange (OSE)

Komplett.se was established

2001 The first webshop outside of Scandinavia opens
2003 New warehouse set up in Tilburg, Netherlands to supply the web shops in Western Europe
2004 Introduced SAP as the new company ERP system
2005 Komplett introduced their own consumer finance solution
2007 Komplett bought the rights to the name of a new stadium for Sandefjord Fotball called Komplett.no Arena.

In May, the company acquired their Swedish competitor, inWarehouse AB and took control of their webshop, inWarehouse.se

along with their concept stores in Stockholm and Malmö.

In October, Komplett ASA merged with Torp Computing Group ASA and took over the distributor Itegra AS with the webshops MPX.no and XD.no

2008 The UK, Germany, Austria and France webshops were closed on June 24 at 10 in the morning

An additional warehouse of 14,000 m2 was opened adjacent to the existing distribution facilities in Sandefjord

The Irish webshop pickup point, local office and RMA department was opened on September 1 to facilitate Komplett.ie customers

The concept stores in Stockholm and Malmö was effectively sold to Mac Support on October 1

2010 European webshops sold to Netherlands-based Paradigit Holding B.V.

Komplett.no was the first online store in Norway who organised Black Friday

2011 Delisted from Oslo Børs (the Norwegian stock exchange)
2013 Komplett acquires 100% stake in Webhallen Sverige AB, and Blush.no. A stake in Norsk Bildelsenter AS increased to 90.1%

KomplettForsikring.no is also launched

2014 KomplettBank.no is launched.

The company acquires 50.1% of Babybanden.no

2015 Komplett acquires Comtech.de

Komplettreiser.no and Komplettapotek.no are launched

2016 Marked.no and Komplettmobil.no are launched
2017 MPX.no rebranded to KomplettBedrift.no. Komplett.no opens marketplace.
2018 Marked.no shuts down

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