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Clas Ohlson’s sales increased by 6 per cent in September

Clas Ohlson operates around 230 stores in Sweden, Norway and Finland.

Clas Ohlson operates around 230 stores in Sweden, Norway and Finland.

Swedish retail chain Clas Ohlson increased its sales in September by 6 per cent to SEK 667 mio (EUR 65.8 mio). Organic sales increased by 5 per cent compared to the September 2020. Sales in comparable units and local currency increased by 5 per cent. Meanwhile online sales grew by 61 per cent to SEK 68 mio (EUR 6.7 mio). At the end of the period, the total number of stores was 228, which is unchanged compared with the same period last year.

However, total sales for the period May to September 2021 increased by 1 per cent to SEK 3.434 bn (EUR 338.5 mio) Online sales showed a growth rate of 26 per cent to SEK 345 mio (EUR 34.0 mio).

| 8 October 2021 | 12:26


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