2theloo opens its first British store in London

2theloo opens its first British store in London

The Dutch toilet chain 2theloo has opened its first British store in London. Brits and tourists can now access one of the company's public toilets in Covent Garden.

Also in gas stations in the United Kingdom

The 2theloo's toiler is part of the strategy to improve Covent Garden and Covent Garden Market Building's standing. For the company itself, it is the first step into the United Kingdom, where it seeks to expand into gas stations and train stations.

 

"It’s our mission to make the absolute most of your toilet break, wherever you are. From day one we partnered up with exceptional organizations like SCA and Roca that firmly believe in our ideas and want to grow with us. Together we set the global standard for clean public toilets. The opening of Covent Garden -our first UK store- is a big milestone and brings us one step closer to reaching our mission", CEO Almar Holtz said.

 

The design of the Covent Garden 2theloo location is a combination of the location's classic character and the 2theloo's modern design.

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