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November 28, 2016

Clas Ohlson opens store in Hamburg, Germany

Sweden-based hardware firm Clas Ohlson has opened a new store at the shopping centre in Alstertal, Hamburg, Germany.

Sweden-based hardware firm Clas Ohlson has opened a new store at the shopping centre in Alstertal, Hamburg, Germany.

With a sales space of approximately 1,100m², the outlet brings the total number of stores to 212 and marks the opening of its third store in Germany.

Clas Ohlson vice-president Peter Jelkeby said: “We are very pleased to see so many customers here today and that there is such great interest for what we have to offer.

“We have the opportunity to become more accessible to our customers here in the north-east of Hamburg."

“The busy Alstertal shopping centre is an ideal location for our third Clas Ohlson store in Germany.

"We are already located in central Hamburg and in Altona in the western part of the city and as of today, we have the opportunity to become more accessible to our customers here in the north-east of Hamburg.”

In October, the firm has also started an e-commerce platform in Germany.

Clas Ohlson operates across six markets and intends to open three to eight new stores in the 2016/17 financial year.

The firm recently opened a new 300m² store at Mercato Shopping Mall in Dubai.


Image: Clas Ohlson opens new store in Hamburg. Photo: courtesy of Clas Ohlson.