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Clas Ohlson reports minus of 6 per cent

From August to October, Clas Ohlson's sales declined by 6 per cent.

From August to October, Clas Ohlson's sales declined by 6 per cent.

For the second quarter (1 August to 31 October) of the current financial year 2020/2021, Clas Ohlson has reported a decline in sales of 6 per cent to SEK 2.036 bn (EUR 198 mio). In constant currencies the minus amounted to 1 per cent. In contrast, online sales rose by 25 per cent to SEK 148 mio (EUR 14 mio). That is a share of 7 per cent of the overall sales.

In the first half of the year (1 May to 31 October), the growth rate of Clas Ohlson's e-commerce lay at 43 per cent, the online volume amounted to SEK 332 mio (EUR 32 mio).

| 7 December 2020 | 12:50


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