Latvian DIY retailer Depo set to open doors in Tallinn soon ({{contentCtrl.commentsTotal}})

Latvian construction materials and household goods chain Depo will soon open its' doors in Tallinn's Avala business district. Construction is set to finish soon and the supply chain is actively looking for staff.

Depo's Tallinn store is close to 25,000 square meters and the company has announced that the total cost of development and construction amounts to €45 million.

The chain has a total of 14 stores in Latvia and Lithuania, nine in Latvia and five in Lithuania. The stores in Latvia especially have been a popular destionation for Estonian DIY-ers.

Depo is looking for staff in Estonia, with the company's website (link in Estonian) having advertisements for drivers, cashiers, loaders, and branch managers.

The chain has previously announced that the shop-warehouse is located in Tallinn's Avala business quarter, developed by Kaamos Kinnisvara, with the headquarters of electricity distribution network operator Elektrilevi stationed there.


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Editor: Kristjan Kallaste

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