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Bunnings to offer online ordering from 2018

The Australian DIY market leader Bunnings will sell its products online from early 2018, according to reports on news.com.au and other media channels. Customers will be able to order products from a special order range featuring 20 000 items. Hitherto these products, which were not on the shelves in stores, could be ordered and collected from a branch. The stores' regular range will not be available online.




| 6 December 2017

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