Freemelt relocates its Gothenburg headquarters

June 10, 2024

Freemelt will move to new headquarters in Majorna, Sweden, by the end of 2024 (Courtesy Freemelt)
Freemelt will move to new headquarters in Majorna, Sweden, by the end of 2024 (Courtesy Freemelt)

Freemelt AB has announced that it is relocating from its Mölndal location to Majorna, Gothenburg, Sweden, with the signing of a five-year lease with Corem Property Management Group.

The 1,500 m2 premises will house the headquarters, including central management functions and product management, innovation and application centres. The move-in date is set for Q4 of 2024.

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“Freemelt is now switching up the company’s strategy with commercialisation and industrialisation, which results in a growing organisation and a need of new types of competence,” stated Daniel Gidlund, CEO of Freemelt. “An innovative and inspiring work environment is an important piece of the puzzle for our continued development and to be able to attract the best competence to achieve our ambitions to become a leading productivity partner in Additive Manufacturing in 2030.”

Anna Lidhagen-Ohlsén, property manager at Corem, added, “We are pleased to welcome Freemelt as a new tenant at Corem. Together with the tenant, we will now make the final adaptations of the premises, where we will also review how we can work with recycling. As a new tenant, Freemelt contributes positively to strengthening the area Fiskhamnen in Majorna and the development that takes place here.”

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