US-American VF Corporation (Lee, Wrangler, Timberland etc.) has opened further stores with the help of shopfitting company Schwitzke Project. During the past months, VF has conducted various shop openings for its brands Napapijri, 7 for all Mankind and Vans at locations in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. In all cases, Schwitzke Project carried the complete responsibility for the direction and execution of the different rebuilds and upgrades.

In October and November, two Napapijri outlet shops were opened (one in the Factory Outlet Mc Arthur Glen in Parndorf and one in Swiss Designer Outlet Landquart) while December marked the openings of two new Vans showrooms in Eschborn and Hamburg, a new Napapijri store in Gstaad and a new 7 for all Mankind store in Vienna.

Schwitzke Project is a subcompany of the Schwitzke Group from Düsseldorf, Germany. It operates internationally as a main contractor specialized on project controlling and realization of shopfitting solutions. At its offices in Düsseldorf and Berlin, the company employs around 80 members of staff, led by the managing directors Karl-Heinz Schwoll and Wolfgang Sigg. In 2012, Schwitzke Project achieved a turnover of 47 million euro.