Russia's Lenta Opens Third Hypermarket In Krasnoyarsk
Russian retail group Lenta has opened its third hypermarket in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, which boasts a total of 4,149 square metres of selling space.
The store has a broad product assortment of 17,000 SKUs, as well as boasting a wide range of private labels and local produce.
It is the 20th hypermarket opened by Lenta in 2016, and brings the group's store count to 159 hypermarkets in 73 cities across Russia, 42 of which are located in either Moscow or St. Petersburg.
Lenta is the largest hypermarket chain in Russia in terms of selling space and the country’s fifth largest retail chain in terms of 2015 sales.
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