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Castorama opens its 80th store in Poland

Published: 30 December 2019 - John King

Castorama Poland has opened its 80th store, in Ciechanów (c.50 miles away from Warsaw) . The chain’s first store in the area offers products and services for all projects within the home and garden.

The store will offer 26,000 products to its customers as well as design areas for kitchens, bathrooms and inspiring space-saving solutions (storage, cupboards, wardrobes). In each of these areas, customers will be able to see how products work in the store and what they offer in terms of design.

An important element will also be additional services that are highly valued by customers of other stores in the chain, i.e. transport, click & collect  (the possibility to order online and collect in store) and click & delivery (the possibility to order online and arrange home delivery). The store will also offer customer credit to help finance purchases and many services related to the preparation of products for use in the home and garden.

 

 

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