Jysk Stores Opening in Solymár and Mór


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Jysk, the Danish furniture retail chain, will expand locations by opening two new stores in Solymár and Mór.

“We see that in addition to the boom in online shopping, there is still a significant demand for physical stores, especially when buying furniture and mattresses. We have 94 stores across the country, and with these two new units we have further strengthened our presence in the agglomeration and Fejér county. And two more new Jysk stores will be opened by the end of this year, one in the capital and one in the countryside,” says Sándor Szimeiszter, Jysk's country director responsible for Hungary, Austria and Greece.

Jysk has already handed over a 900 sqm unit in Nagyatád this year, and the two newest stores will be open by the end of 2023.

In addition to store openings, the existing units are also constantly renovated. According to a statement shared by the company, they are aiming for all existing locations, more than 3,300 units, will be renovated, and in Hungary a total of 67 stores will be operating by the end of August 2023. The 2,000th remodeled store of the project reopened in Gödöllő on June 21.

During the renovations, special attention was paid to energy efficiency, as light bulbs were replaced with LEDs, and motion sensors were installed in the social rooms. Jysk shares that the energy consumption of the lighting in the stores has been reduced by at least 25%.

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