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9th March 2018, Täby

OrganoWood signs agreement with Maxbo

OrganoClick's subsidiary OrganoWood, a Swedish manufacturer and marketer of eco-friendly fire and rot protected wood and wood treatment products, has signed a general agreement with Maxbo regarding the sales of OrganoWood modified wood in Norway.

OrganoWood products have been available on the Norwegian market since 2014. Now OrganoWood’s modified wood will become part of the assortment of Maxbo, a leading building supply chain in Norway.

OrganoWood appeals to architects, builders, landscape designers, and other professionals. © OrganoWood

“Løvenskiold, which owns and operates the Maxbo chain, is experiencing an increased demand for environmentally friendly and sustainable materials with unique properties. As part of the company's environmental strategy, it is therefore natural to offer OrganoWood to our customers,” commented Rune Kølberg, Category Manager in Løvenskiold Handel.

Since 2012, OrganoWood AB manufactures and markets OrganoWood-modified wood offering fire and rot protection and using a unique water repellent technology. The wood is an eco-friendly alternative to the traditional pressure treated timber decking and OrganoWood is recommended by Swedish Byggvarubedömningen and SundaHus.

In 2014, OrganoWood-modified wood won Nordbyggs gold medal for “the Hottest new building material of the year”, and the company´s wood treatment system was the first wood protection product in Sweden to be awarded the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation's eco-label Good Environmental Choice.

OrganoWood’s modified wood will become part of the assortment of Maxbo, a leading building supply chain in Norway. © OrganoWood

“Maxbo has a solid position in the Norwegian market with over 60 Maxbo building supply stores, Maxbo supermarkets and Maxbo Proff. To rapidly increase the number of retailers in Norway is an important piece of the puzzle in the OrganoWood’s strategy for 2018,” said Jens Hamlin, CEO of OrganoWood.

“Architects, builders, landscape designers, and other professionals are attracted by OrganoWood for many different reasons. Some falls for the beautiful silver-grey surface share, that appears after approximately a year of weather exposed wood. Others want a toxic-free outdoor environment for children, some need flame retardant facades with proper fire ratings, the benefits are many and the applications endless.”

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