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Leading DIY retailers in Norway 2010-2015, by number of stores

Leading DIY retailers based on number of stores in Norway from 2010 to 2015

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 1, 2016
Leading DIY retailers in Norway 2010-2015, by number of stores This statistic shows the leading retailers of so-called ‘do-it-yourself’ (DIY) goods in Norway from 2010 to 2015, based on their number of stores. In 2015, the DIY retailer Jernia had 150 stores in Norway. Coop Norge ranked second, with 97 stores, followed by Bygger'n, which had 91 stores in that year. In the past five years, the total number of DIY stores in Norway fluctuated. In 2015, the total number of stores providing consumers with DIY goods was 701. The leading Norwegian retailer that covers the domestic demand for DIY supplies is Jernia. Its number of stores was ruled by fluctuation in the past five years. After reaching a peak of 165 shops in 2010, the number dropped down again, but recovered and was at 162 shops in 2012. Since then, the store number struggled with hitting a low, but rose again in 2015. The number of Coop Norge stores slightly decreased between 2011 and 2015. Whereas the store number amounted to 107 in 2011, it decreased to a total of 100 stores in 2013 and dropped down to 97 stores in 2015. Also Byggmakker, owned by Rautakesko, showed a continuous decrease of its number of stores until 2014. While this DIY retailer had 112 shops in 2010, the number dropped ever since and reached a low number of 82 shops in 2014.
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Leading DIY retailers based on number of stores in Norway from 2010 to 2015

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 1, 2016
This statistic shows the leading retailers of so-called ‘do-it-yourself’ (DIY) goods in Norway from 2010 to 2015, based on their number of stores. In 2015, the DIY retailer Jernia had 150 stores in Norway. Coop Norge ranked second, with 97 stores, followed by Bygger'n, which had 91 stores in that year. In the past five years, the total number of DIY stores in Norway fluctuated. In 2015, the total number of stores providing consumers with DIY goods was 701. The leading Norwegian retailer that covers the domestic demand for DIY supplies is Jernia. Its number of stores was ruled by fluctuation in the past five years. After reaching a peak of 165 shops in 2010, the number dropped down again, but recovered and was at 162 shops in 2012. Since then, the store number struggled with hitting a low, but rose again in 2015. The number of Coop Norge stores slightly decreased between 2011 and 2015. Whereas the store number amounted to 107 in 2011, it decreased to a total of 100 stores in 2013 and dropped down to 97 stores in 2015. Also Byggmakker, owned by Rautakesko, showed a continuous decrease of its number of stores until 2014. While this DIY retailer had 112 shops in 2010, the number dropped ever since and reached a low number of 82 shops in 2014.
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