Nova, Coor, Newsletter

Nova No. 2

staffan ebenfelt

Spring time and internationalisation

After a long and severe winter, spring is finally here, and with all its delightful signs, we’re seeing more signals that the economic outlook is also starting to brighten. Volvo Trucks’ decision to increase production to...

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international

International FM strategies – hot right now

The Nordic FM market is gradually maturing and on the verge of a new developmental phase – multi-site FM/IFM, i.e. standard FM/IFM solutions at more sites or offices regionally, nationally or internationally.

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Frivold

SAS chooses pan-Nordic IFM strategy

In 2008, SAS outsourced its FM operations in Sweden, Norway and Denmark to an IFM provider – Coor Service Management. When taking its decision, SAS was actually prepared to partner with a different IFM provider in each...

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coor

A seamless contract start

Taking over an FM corporation that was previously part of another company is an extensive process. A lot of things have got to come together and be prepared ahead of the contract start, while ongoing provision to the...

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co-workers

Three new Coor people

When a business or public body decides to outsource its FM services to an external provider, the affected staff are often offered employment with the new FM company. But how does changing employer feel?

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Cost allocation – a vital control instrument

The question of allocating indirect expenses through an organisation is an important control issue. The trick is to find an allocation principle that directs operations towards the optimal utilisation of premises and...

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annacarin grandin

Be prepared when the tide turns

We’re now seeing more signs that the economy is starting to turn around after the worst recession for over 70 years. Many companies that had difficulties with declining sales and cutbacks, are now having to prepare for...

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volvo

Volvo Trucks investing in better times

“Starting up major building conversion projects in the midst of a recession is unusual but completely logical and correct,” says Johan Jinhage, Site Manager of Volvo Trucks Gothenburg Production.

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