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Sales by BigMat increase by 6 per cent

The Spanish BigMat Group increased its sails in 2018 by 6 per cent.

The Spanish BigMat Group increased its sails in 2018 by 6 per cent.

The BigMat Group has reported sales of EUR 630 mio in 2018. The figure was announced by the president of the group, Francisco Moreno, during the company's annual fair in Madrid, the BigMat Day, on 6 February. It equates to growth of around six per cent compared with 2017, when the company's sales revenue amounted to EUR 602 mio.

According to the Spanish website ferreteria-y-bricolaje, Moreno stated that 30 per cent of sales derived from self-service products (DIY, pets, food), 30 per cent from building materials, 30 per cent from flooring and surfaces and 10 per cent from the garden and other segments.

|11 February 2019

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