Carrefour signs an agreement with Eroski to acquire 36 stores in Spain
The Carrefour Group announces it has signed an agreement with the Eroski Group to acquire 36 compact hypermarkets with a total sales area of 235,000 square meters, as well as 8 shopping malls and 22 gas stations adjacent to the stores.
This acquisition would allow Carrefour to grow its store network and gain a presence in 27 new cities while strengthening its position in the food segment. Carrefour is thus continuing its multi-format, omni-channel expansion for the benefit of its clients.
The acquisition of these stores is subject to conditions, including approval by the relevant antitrust authorities.Download the press release of the 02 29 2016 (pdf 426.35 KB)
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