MÖBELDESIGN IS NOW FACCTORY

But we’re still the same people, organisation and company. 


We’re growing, both in Sweden and internationally, and we’ve changed names to help our expansion. The name ‘Facctory’ is internationally accessible and reflects what we are – a modern, efficient factory that makes furniture for public environments. There are no middlemen at Facctory. We help our customers to develop unique products right here at the factory in Tibro.

WE’RE GROWING – 6,000 M2 OF MODERN FURNITURE PRODUCTION

We recently moved into newly renovated premises at Tidavadsgatan 5 in Tibro, along National Road no. 49. We are now easier to find and have a modern production unit with scope for expansion. Our investments include a brand new adhesive facility, additional CNC cutting and a separate section for making polyether foam. Good service has been our constant endeavour since we began in 1985. We will now be even better at meeting our customers’ needs. 

KNOWLEDGE IS PART OF OUR DNA

Facctory makes custom furniture and fittings for offices and public environments such as schools, universities and restaurants. Our factory is located in Tibro, a district of southern central Sweden that has been making furniture and fittings for generations. We have a team of skilled, dedicated employees. Knowledge is a part of our essence, of our DNA.

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EFFICIENT PRODUCTION AND HONEST CRAFTSMANSHIP

Our bright premises house 6,000 m2 of production space with modern technology and scope for growth. As the name suggests, Facctory is first and foremost a factory. We plan, project manage and produce. We make furniture, and we do it well. This is no secret. Facctory beautifully combines highly efficient production with honest craftsmanship.

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PROJECTS OF ALL SIZES

We have customers both in Sweden and abroad. We manage concepts from architects, interior designers and end customers in the Nordic region and throughout Europe, and turn them into reality. We take on projects of all sizes. Welcome to Facctory. 

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