IKEA has nearly 500 stores around the world … The Swedish giant is also one of the largest furniture sellers. According to Boursorama, IKEA had sales of 9 billion euros in 2000 … In 20 years this turnover has risen to over 38 billion euros.
A worldwide success that is promoted by the quality of the furniture sold, but also by the brand’s environmental policy. Respect for the environment and sustainability of the products are IKEA’s strengths. It is undoubtedly for this reason that they are now proposing plans for dismantling … So that the furniture will last even longer.
It must be admitted that disassembling a piece of furniture that has been in use for 10 or 15 years can be complicated when moving. In particular, improper dismantling can damage the furniture. IKEA might think it’s pretty good for their business but would rather work out demolition plans.
The aim of this maneuver is to make furniture even more durable for consumers. They offer 6 disassembly kits:
All dismantling plans can be found on the relevant page on the IKEA website. An original and practical idea that makes it easier for many consumers and avoids breakage during disassembly.
All dismantling plans can be found on the relevant page on the IKEA website. Photo credit: IKEA (screenshot from official website)
In December 2020, IKEA decided to finish printing its paper catalog, which ran in tens of millions of copies. Always with an environmental approach that should be exemplary.
These dismantling plans therefore also save us time and money! Image credit: IKEA
Plastics have also disappeared from IKEA packaging, with a goal of only using recycled plastics or plastics from renewable sources by 2030. These dismantling plans therefore also save us time and money!