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Byggmax closes four stores in Finland and announces new ones

Byggmax is reorganising itself in Finland. The Swedish DIY store operator is closing 13 of its stores there and has announced "in accordance with the new growth strategy" the opening of new sites "in strategic locations", according to a press release. The first new store will open in March 2018 in Riihimäki. According to the report, the long-term goal in Finland continues to be to create a store network of 20 to 25 stores.

|11 September 2017


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