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2theloo opens its largest location in Luxembourg

2theloo opens its largest location in Luxembourg

Toilet store chain 2theloo has opened its largest European store in Berchem, Luxembourg, located at the Shell gas station alongside the E25 highway towards Luxembourg city. It also happens to be the largest Shell gas station in the world.

"On our list for years"

A normal 2theloo location is about 25 to 75 sqm in size and compared to those, this one is a absolute giant, standing at 345 sqm. It includes 27 women's toilets, 14 urinals, 13 men's toilets, a nursery, a toilet for the disabled, 2 make-up corners and 7 showers.


"Shell Berchem has been on our list for years and we are therefore incredibly proud of our new store. The Shell partnership is very important for 2theloo and together with our partners, we work hard every day to achieve our mission: "to make the absolute most of your toilet break, wherever you are", 2theloo CEO Almar Holtz said.


Shell's collaboration with 2theloo dates back to 2011 and has resulted in more than 100 locations, spread over 9 countries.

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