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Delano, the operator of over 50 food service outlets, plans to open five new cafes and three restaurants in 2020 and aims to grow revenue by more than 8 percent next year, the business daily Verslo Zinios reported on Friday.
Delano invests EUR 1 mln in expansion this year
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Delano Managing Director Gintaras Rutkauskas says the company spent a total of 1 million euros on expansion this year, and plans to open five Caif Cafe cafes, two 12 self-service restaurants and a Can Can Pizza restaurant next year.

Delano projects total revenue growth of around 10 percent this year. Next year, the company's sales revenue is expected to grow by 8.7 percent, but its net profit is forecast to decline by 8 percent.

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