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Harald Nyborg closes nearly all its bricks and mortar stores in Sweden

The Danish chain Harald Nyborg is largely withdrawing its bricks and mortar stores from Sweden, but will retain an online presence. Of the twelve stores previously operating, only the outlet in Löddeköpinge will remain, which is where the Swedish subsidiary is based. The Swedish webshop at will continue to operate, according to information on the company's website. The sale of inventory has already commenced. Nine stores will close on 13 January 2019, while the store in Malmö will stop trading on 28 February 2019. Harald Nyborg A/S also operates the Jem & Fix chain with 115 stores in Denmark and 42 in Sweden.

|11 December 2018


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