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Kingfisher closes four more Praktiker stores in Romania

Kingfisher acquired the Romanian Praktiker stores in August 2017 with the intention of integrating them into its Brico Dépôt chain.

Kingfisher acquired the Romanian Praktiker stores in August 2017 with the intention of integrating them into its Brico Dépôt chain.

Kingfisher is to close four more Praktiker stores in Romania. Since taking over the former German Praktiker chain, the British corporate group has already closed four of these outlets. This was reported by the Romanian industry service Bricoretail.ro. Kingfisher acquired the 27 Praktiker stores operating in Romania in August 2017 with the intention of integrating them into its Brico Dépôt distribution channel.

|10 January 2019


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