Nordvalls Etikett AB took over Lexit’s label business as of 1 March. The newly organized company Lexit Labels AS will, under Nordvalls, work closely with Lexit Group in the future on all label deliveries – and the combined offer across labels and marking as described below will be the same as before.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Lexit Group, established in 1993, has long operated in all the Scandinavian countries. The company supplies integrated solutions, assets and products within three business areas: data capture & digitalisation, industrial coding & marking, as well as labels & packaging.
Lexit’s customers include leading organisations and brands in the food industry, transport, logistics and distribution, specialised trade and retail, as well as the public sector. We excel in combining software, labeling, hardware and service, adapting solutions to the industry and application area.
Lexit is currently one of Scandinavia’s leading groups and total supplier of data capture, RFID, POS/retail, industrial coding and marking, labels and software solutions – both modular solutions and integrated software for complicated system solutions. The subsidiary Idnet, which operates under its own brand based in Sweden, also has deep expertise in digitizing processes for stores and warehouses including WMS and electronic shelf fronts (ESL).
Altogether, the group has close to 250 employees and a turnover of approximately NOK 1 billion.
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Everything started back in 1993 with the dream of selling label printers, labels, handheld terminals and barcode scanners – in a yellow house with an apple orchard in Kløfta, Norway. At the time, the company was called Strekkodesystemer AS. Turnover in the first year was NOK 3.9 million, rising to NOK 8.9 million the following year (1994). As turnover increased, the product range and the number of employees both continued to grow steadily in the years that followed.
In 2001, LexIT was founded as a separate company within the Strekkodesystemer Group, which previously consisted of Strekkodesystemer Maskin AS and Strekkodesystemer Etikett AS. The range of products was further expanded to include POS and retail products. The group changed its name to Lexit Group AS.
To handle the demand for products and solutions in central Norway, the company needed a branch in this area, so a new regional office was opened in Trondheim in 2002.
2004 / 2008
To complete the product range, Lexit Group Sweden AB was founded in Frölunda outside Gothenburg in 2004 and with that, the company’s own label printing company was born. It didn’t take long before Lexit Group Sweden needed more space and larger premises, and by 2008 a new building was ready in Mölnlycke, Gothenburg, designed entirely according to the company’s specifications. The new premises were quickly filled with new printing presses and more staff to cope with the growing demand for labels.
2009 / 2012
The group’s Scandinavian presence was firmly established when Lexit Group Denmark ApS saw the light of day in 2009 with offices in Allerød/Copenhagen. In 2012, a new regional office was also established in Vejle, in southern Denmark.
The high demand for labels in Norway and Sweden made it necessary to have more printing presses and more storage space in Mölnlycke / Gothenburg, so plans for an extension began. This resulted in doubling the production area, and the new building was completed in 2017.
Lexit is currently one of Scandinavia’s leading groups and total supplier of data capture, RFID, POS/retail, industrial coding and marking, labels and software solutions – both modular solutions and integrated software for complicated system solutions. The subsidiary Idnet, which operates under its own brand based in Sweden, also has deep expertise in digitizing processes for stores and warehouses including WMS and electronic shelf fronts (ESL). Altogether, the group has close to 250 employees and a turnover of approximately NOK 1 billion.
OUR SALES GROWTH FROM 1993 – PRESENT DAY
Lexit works in close collaboration with leading organisations and brands on the Scandinavian market and has over the years built up a large number of loyal customers in sectors ranging from food, transport, logistics/distribution, specialist and retail trade to the public sector. Our solutions are wide-ranging and our strength lies in seeing the big picture for our customers and working with them to create leading, profitable solutions based on tomorrow’s technology.
OUR SOLUTIONS – BASED ON CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH OUR PARTNERS AND SUPPLIERS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Other companies in the Lexit group
For over 30 years, Idnet has delivered modern and future-proof IT solutions that digitize warehouse and store processes. The solutions simplify and streamline work routines, increase quality and profitability and improve the customer and employee experience. The offer consists of various application concepts, WMS systems with associated hardware and infrastructure. The customers are in logistics-intensive industries and are leading companies in trade, industry, 3PL and the automotive industry in the Nordics. Idnet is located in Gothenburg, Kista and Växjö and had a turnover of SEK 238 million in 2021.
Our ingredient management solutions are provided by our subsidiary Foptec AB. The Recipe Explorer software gives food producers full control and automatic updates to ingredients, recipes, nutritional information, product sheets, production planning and pricing calculations, among other things. The company is located at Lexit Group Sweden in Mölnlycke (Gothenburg).
OUR ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITMENT
Our comprehensive commitment to environmentally friendly practices is called LexCircle, and we are continuously working to implement sustainable solutions in our daily work.
Design is the key to sustainable packaging, and our EcoDesign concept helps us choose raw materials that reduce the need of raw materials, enable recycling, offer renewable alternatives and reduce environmental impact throughout the life cycle. The main objective of EcoDesign is to promote circular processes by minimising negative environmental impacts while maximising positive impacts.