The new store of the chain has opened its doors near Petrovsko-Razumovskaya metro station. The new Billa supermarket has become the 77th outlet owned by the Austrian retail chain in Moscow
Billa expanding its Moscow chain
The new store of the chain has opened its doors near Petrovsko-Razumovskaya metro station. The new Billa supermarket has become the 77th outlet owned by the Austrian retail chain in Moscow.
The area of the new store is 814 square meters. Its product range offers 8,000 items. Most of the products offered at the new supermarket were manufactured in Russia.
Billa supermarkets are owned by REWE International AG, an Austrian concern. The chain's first stores emerged in Russia in 2004. As at today, a total of 104 supermarkets of the retailer operate in the country. Apart from the capital region, Billa has a footprint in Tula, Kursk, Nizhny Novgorod and Voronezh. REWE International AG plans to have expanded its Russian operations up to 200 stores by 2020.
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