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5.7 per cent increase at Eurobaustoff

The German speciality retail cooperative Eurobaustoff improved its centrally invoiced purchasing volume by 5.7 per cent last year to EUR 6.45 bn. 475 members with a total of 1 745 stores make up the cooperative.

The biggest winners in the goods categories in 2018 were wood and construction components along with civil engineering plus gardening and landscaping with a double-digit increase. The retail division achieved growth on a par with the cooperative as a whole, while the other goods categories were below this key indicator.

|24 January 2019


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