Lithuanian wholesale brand Promo Cash & Carry opens its store-warehouse in Tallinn in summer, Postimees Online reports.
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"The main clients of the store chain that is aimed at the B2B sector, are small shops, cafes, bars, restaurants, catering companies and other catering establishments. From there, they will be able to obtain all the necessary products for daily business quickly and conveniently in one place, at favourable wholesale prices," said Valentas Sulskis, a member of the board of Sanitex Estonia, that will operate the new store.

Established in Lithuania, Sanitex expanded to Estonia in 2010. The company currently employs 140 employees, the 3,700 square meter warehouse store will add another 50 jobs.

Sanitex plans to open another store-warehouse in Tallinn in the near future, as well as one in Tartu, Sulskis added.

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