Corem has signed a 5-year agreement with Freemelt of approximately 1,500 sq.m. in Gothenburg




Corem has signed a 5-year lease with the 3D printer company Freemelt of 1,511 square meters in the property Majorna 219:7 in Gothenburg. The premises will house headquarters with central management functions as well as product management, innovation and application centers. Move-in is planned for the fourth quarter of 2024.

"Freemelt is now switching up the company's strategy with commercialization and industrialization, which results in a growing organization and a need of new types of competence. 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," says Daniel Gidlund, CEO of Freemelt.

The property Majorna 219:7 has a good commuting location and good parking opportunities. It also has a good signage location between the access highway Oskarsleden and river Göta älv.

"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," said Anna Lidhagen-Ohlsén, property manager at Corem.

About Corem in Gothenburg
Corem owns and manages around 50 properties in and around Gothenburg, mainly offices, warehouses/logistics and retail spaces, with a total area of around ​​341,000 square meters. The properties are centered within and around the city of Gothenburg, Mölndal and Partille.

Corem Property Group AB (publ)

Rutger Arnhult, CEO, +46 70 458 24 70,
Anna Lidhagen Ohlsén, Property Manager, +46 10 482 76 53,

Corem Property Group AB (publ)
Address: P.O. Box 56085, SE-102 17 Stockholm
Visitors: Riddargatan 13 C 556463-9440

This press release is in all respects a translation of the Swedish original press release. In the event of any discrepancies between this translation and the Swedish original, the latter shall prevail.