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Dec 06, 2023 13:11 EEST
December 6 (SeeNews) - German supermarket chain REWE said it has opened a new Penny store in Romania, in Segarcea, the southern county of Dolj.
The new store bring Penny's footprint in Romania to 360 units, the company said in a press release on Wednesday.
The Segarcea store spans nearly 860 square metres and comprises 85 parking lots, Penny said.
REWE entered the Romanian market in 2005. The company employs over 6,500 people in the country and four logistics centers - in Stefanestii de Jos, Turda, Filiasi and Bacau, serve its network of stores.
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