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Krasnodar. Krasnodar-SBS
Moscow region. Altufevo
Moscow region. Krasnogorsk
Moscow region. Mytishi
Moscow. Lermontovo
Moscow. Sokolniki
Novosibirsk. Mega-Novosibirsk
Omsk. Mega Omsk
Rostov region, Aksai district, Aksai. Mega-Rostov
Rostov region, Aksay, settlement Verhnetemernitsky. Rostov-Orbital
Samara region, Samara. Samara Dybenko
St. Petersburg. Kollontai
St. Petersburg. Testers
The Republic of Adygea, Takhtamukaisky area. Mega Adygea
Voronezh region, Ramon area. Voronezh Grad
   
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Leroy Merlin

Lezennes, Lille, France

Company's website: www.leroymerlin.com

T: +33 175443894

Private company

Contact: Damien DELEPLANQUE, Chief Executive Officer of ADEO

Leroy Merlin S.A. operates D.I.Y. centers and stores. It provides D.I.Y., building, gardening, sanitary equipment, and interior decoration products, as well as self-service and sales assisted services.

Leroy Merlin global

Area served:
France, Italy, Poland, Greece, Cyprus, Spain, Portugal, Russia, Brazil, China, Ukraine, Romania, Turkey.

More than 53,000 employees.

Since 2006 – Leroy Merlin S.A. operates as a subsidiary of Adeo Group Spa.

GROUPE ADEO is:

  • the leading French player in the international DIY market, placed 1st in Europe, placed 3th in the world
  • 73,500 employees in 13 countries.
Leroy Merlin in Russia
1
Moscow region. Mytishi
2
Moscow region. Krasnogorsk
3
Moscow region. Altufevo
4
Moscow. Sokolniki
5
Moscow. Lermontovo
6
Rostov region, Aksai district, Aksai. Mega-Rostov
7
Rostov region, Aksay, settlement Verhnetemernitsky. Rostov-Orbital
8
Krasnodar. Krasnodar-SBS
9
The Republic of Adygea, Takhtamukaisky area. Mega Adygea
10
St. Petersburg. Kollontai
11
St. Petersburg. Testers
12
Samara region, Samara. Samara Dybenko
13
Novosibirsk. Mega-Novosibirsk
14
Omsk. Mega Omsk
15
Voronezh region, Ramon area. Voronezh Grad
Total investment

Since 2004, when the first store of the chain opened outside Moscow in Mytishchi, Leroy Merlin has invested more than 630 million euros ($19.5 million) in Russia.

They began in cities with populations of more than a million, but now are moving to regional centers with smaller populations.

Investment Plans

Leroy Merlin plans to double the number of superstores in 2013 to 2014.

To do that, the retailer is going to be investing about 10 billion rubles ($309.8 million) every year.

By the start of 2013, Leroy Merlin had 22 superstores in Russia; by the summer of 2013, they already had 26. Only 8 stores are operating in rented space, the rest are in company-owned properties. Now the French team has the goal of opening 10 stores a year.

The company is financing this expansion largely from its own funds, without the participation of its mother company, Groupe ADEO, part of Groupe Auchan, and partly from loans provided by Russian banks.

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