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Hornbach has opened a new store in Timisoara

2012-07-19 11:37:46

Hornbach Romania, a leading local retailers of building materials and gardening, is expanding its local market presence and opens the fifth store in Timisoara. Located on Route Arad, no. 62, the new store Hornbach has a total area of ​​22,500 square meters and offers its customers 120,000 articles, of which 60,000 items always in stock and other 60,000 products to order. Shop in Timisoara is divided into three distinct areas, following the model of all locations Hornbach Romania. Thus, an area of ​​9300 sqm is situated the building materials and design, while an area of ​​5,300 sqm is found a special area of garden products and ZOO. In addition, the new location has an area of 7900 sq Drive In.



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