Darty committed to expansion in Turkey
ISTANBUL - Anatolia News Agency
UK-based retailer Darty currently has 28 stores in Turkey and plans to open five stores per year. The chain will open its fifth store this year in the northwestern province of Bursa. Hürriyet photoUK-based electronics giant Darty is denying recent claims that it is selling off its assets in Turkey, saying that it in fact plans to expand in the Turkish market, in an announcement released by the company yesterday.
“Darty, which is part of the Kesa Electical PLC (Darty Group) believes in Turkey and its growth in the Turkish market and stresses that it has no plans to sell-off its Turkish assets” read the statement.
The company will continue its expansion plans in Turkey, with the goal of opening five new stores in the country each year, it said.
In June Darty opened it fourth store in Turkey in the Aegean seaside town of Bodrum, and will open its fifth store this year in Bursa province in northwestern Turkey this autumn.
Darty currently has a total of 28 stores in Turkey selling both electronics and white goods.