Electro Dépôt expands to Belgium

Electro Dépôt expands to Belgium

Electro Dépôt, the French low-cost electronics chain, wants to open its first Belgian stores this year with Courtrai, Awans and Quaregnon as possible locations.

Decathlon affiliate

According to De Tijd and L'Echo, the group has placed Jérôme Legrand at the head of its Belgian expansion and the group has apparently already taken a look at Courtrai, Awans and Quaregnon as new store locations.

 

Electro Dépôt, which can be described as the "Colruyt of electronics", is part of the same group as Decathlon, belonging to the Mulliez family. Other companies in that same group are Auchan, Norauto and Saint Maclou. 

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