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Carrefour expands at Brasov with new Carrefour market, 56th of the network

2012-07-18 17:27:54

French retailer Carrefour announced the opening of a new unit under the brand of Carrefour market at Brasov, this being the second such location opened in the town and the 56th of the overall countrywide network of supermarkets. In 2004, Carrefour opened the first hypermarket of the French retailer network at Brasov and in 2008, it opened a supermarket in the commercial center Magnolia. The new Carrefour market at Brasov has a sales area of 480 sqm and 5,500 products, including 1,000 private labeled products. The retailer hired 50 employees at this unit. Carrefour Romania numbers today 56 units opened so far locally, 8 franchises and 25 hypermarkets. Globally, Carrefour group has over 15,500 units and over 475,000 employees. 

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Damian Galvin : on 2012-07-19 13:31:00
This move is a further sign of the strengthening prosperity of Brasov. Whilst it represents shopping aavings to the actual consumer with supermarket priced groceries, the company are only expanding because they are confident of a secure future client base, which means they predict suffiencient spending even in the presence of so many other competitors on the Brasov market.

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White Mountain Property team (Romania) Http://www.whitemountain.ro

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