Discount retailer miniMax Discount has opened three more shops in Alba Iulia, with an average investment per unit of EUR 250,000. The three sites occupy spaces of 531 sqm, 512 sqm, and 651 sqm respectively.
miniMax Discount is a Romanian company established in 2003 as a discounter operating in medium-size towns across Romania. It currently owns 31 stores in towns with over 10,000 inhabitants all over the country: Arad, Avrig, Braila, Buzau, Calan, Calarasi, Campulung Muscel, Cernavoda, Cisnadie, Hunedoara, Mangalia, Oltenita, Oravita, Pascani, Pucioasa, Ramnicu Sarat, Rasnov, Sinaia, Slatina (two) Stefanesti, Targoviste, Titu, Tulcea, Turnu Magurele, Urziceni, Vaslui, Victoria and Vulcan. The network is intended to reach 100 stores.
In August of this year, miniMax was taken over by Mercadia Holland BV, the owner of the Mic.ro chain of proximity stores.