Facts about Flügger

Flügger is an international concern which takes its starting point in Scandinavia. The turnover is approximately DKK 1,824 million. The company is listed and has about 1.500 employees.

With roots dating back to 1783 the company was originally family owned. Majority shareholder is Ulf Schnack, who took over after his father in 1970. Jimmi Mortensen is since 1th of August 2016 CEO of Flügger.

Flügger designs and markets a wide and coordinated assortment within decorative painting, wood protection, spackling paste, wallpaper and tools, of a high quality, which is being sold via the retail chain Flügger Decor with almost 400 stores in Scandinavia, Eastern Europe and China. Flügger owns approximately 60 percent of these stores.

Most people have heard about the chain concept of Flügger. But Flügger is much more than that. We have been presented with a number of awards within design, and we produce trendsetting design wallpaper.

Flügger is market leader in Denmark. Deliveries are also made to the grocery stores and DIY centers via the sales unit DAY-System. In Denmark the distributor chain PP professional paint A/S is also owned and operated by Flügger, and in 2019 Detale CPH ApS became part of the Flügger family.

Flügger has five factories located in three different countries, which produce both tools, paint, and designer wall paper. Our paint factory in Kolding from 1970 is the oldest factory within Flügger. The wall paper factory in Gdansk, Poland, is our latest and was built in 2009.


In the Danish city Kolding millions of liters of paint is manufactured.

The factory in Kolding annually manufactures around 20 million liters of water-based paint, wood preservation and wall paper adhesive.

The factory, which was build in 1970, was rebuild in 1978 after a devastating fire. When the factory was modernised, at the same time it was decorated by the artist Poul Gernes, who is famous for his systematic work with colours. One of Gernes' most extensive pieces is painted directly on one of the walls in the factory.


Three minor Swedish cities each have their own Flügger factory.


Annually the factory in Bollebygd near Göteborg manufactures 30 million water-based and solvent-based paint, wood preservation, cleaning products, and filler.


In Bankeryd lies one of the Swedish factories that manufactures brushes and rolls - most of which are made mechanically. A few selected types of brushes are assembled by hand to secure the right quality of the product.


In the factory in Bodafors we manufacture plastic handles for brushes, rolls and filling knives. Here we also manufacture other plastic components such as lids and packaging.


The latest Flügger factory built is situated in Gdansk.

In Gdansk, Poland, lies the most modern wall paper factory in all of Europe. In 2009 Flügger built the factory with 40 percent subsidy from the EU. The year after it was built, the factory began its production.