1 August 2013
The Lenta Company conquers Russian cities
By the end of the year the company will open new stores of the chain in Ulyanovsk, Belgorod, Tomsk, Perm and other cities of the country.
By the end of August the second hypermarket of the chain will open its doors in Ulyanovsk - in 3, Olimpiysky prospect.
Another Lenta hypermarket will start operating in Tomsk in October of this year at the address: 30, Mira prospect.
Besides that this year the company will make debut in retail markets of Sverdlovskaya and Permskaya oblast and Udmurtia republic. Stores of the chain will be opened in Alexandrovsky neighborhood of Nizhny Tagil, in 66, Parkovaya street in Perm, and in Kambarskaya street in Izhevsk.
Own construction is also going on in Kemerovskaya oblast: in Novoilyinsky district of Novokuznetsk and in Leningradsky prospect in Kemerovo. There is also a hypermarket construction going on in Yugra in the same oblast (Kemerovskaya). A store with a total area of 10 700 sq.m. will be located at the crossroads of Kuzbassky prospect and Volodarskaya street.
As well as constructing own hypermarkets in different parts of the country, Lenta is leasing out premises for the stores in trade centers.
By the end of this year there will be stores of the chain in rental spaces in Bryansk, AERO PARK trade center; in Belgorod, next to Pobedy park; in Domostroiteley street of Voronezh.
January through July 2013 the company opened 6 hypermarkets in different Russian cities and 3 supermarkets in Moscow.
About the company: The Lenta company that owns a cognominal hypermarket chain was founded in 1993. It is currently running 62 stores in 37 Russian cities and 3 supermarkets in Moscow. Lenta staff consists of 20 000 employees. About 6 million people all over Russia are frequent customer cardholders.