And if you missed it, be sure to check out the first part of this two-part instalment, ' How to eat on the cheap in Copenhagen', where I discuss different genres of budget friendly food in the capital area.Restaurant Ankara - Situated along Strøget on the first floor, this restaurant offers a fairly extensive buffet.Fiskars is accelerating the international expansion of its Home business by acquiring the renowned Danish premium porcelain company, Royal Copenhagen.The acquisition enables Fiskars to consolidate a unique portfolio of leading Scandinavian dining brands, as Royal Copenhagen’s strong heritage in hand-painted dinner service ranges complements Fiskars’ highly respected brands, Iittala, Rörstrand and Arabia.
In other words, we will get an owner with both the experience and the capital to continue the very healthy development process and international expansion that Royal Copenhagen has already started”, says Mads Ryder, CEO of Royal Copenhagen.The company has production facilities in Denmark and Thailand.Fiskars is a leading global supplier of consumer products for the home, garden and outdoors.The rules are simple – that the food is good, the portions are large, and that the price for your meal is less than 100 kroner (and ideally significantly cheaper than that).Prices change, as does quality so I make no guarantees that the information in this post is up to date but I make every effort possible to keep it accurate and reliable.
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Fiskars recorded net sales of EUR 743 million in 2011, and employs some 3,400 people in over 20 countries.In a previous instalment, Alex Berger aka the Virtual Wayfarer gave an introduction on finding budget-friendly food in the Danish capital.The group has a strong portfolio of respected international brands, including Fiskars, Iittala and Gerber.Founded in 1649 and listed on NASDAQ OMX Helsinki, Fiskars is Finland's oldest company.Fiskars’ ambition in the Home business is to become a globally leading consumer goods company in Scandinavian design, and we are excited to bring together a unique dining offering consisting of Royal Copenhagen’s Danish hand-painted dining, Rörstrand’s elegant Swedish dining, Arabia’s Finnish homey dining, and Iittala’s contemporary design.
Along with its world-class craftsmanship, Royal Copenhagen brings to Fiskars 30 years of valuable experience of operating in Asia, which will support our growth strategy outside the Nordic markets,” said Kari Kauniskangas, President and CEO of Fiskars.“I look forward to building a successful future for Royal Copenhagen as a part of a strong family of highly regarded brands.Upon completion of the transaction, Royal Copenhagen will become a part of Fiskars’ Home business area.In 2011, Royal Copenhagen’s reported net sales were DKK 492.3 million (EUR 66 million), its EBIT were DKK 38.7 million (EUR 5 million) and its balance sheet total was DKK 409.4 million (EUR 55 million).Among Royal Copenhagen’s most famous and most exclusive dinner service ranges are Flora Danica, the best-selling, mussel-decorated Mega range and the colorful new Elements range.In recent years, Royal Copenhagen has successfully implemented a turnaround strategy, reorganizing its product range and focusing on expanding its classical sets while developing new sets that appeal to a broader consumer base.