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Robert Dyas is relocating its hardware distribution centre from Enfield to a 188,000 sq ft site in Hemel Hempstead.
Robert Dyas and Ryman are seeking a suitable location in the London area for a joint 150,000 sq ft distribution centre for their hardware and stationery stores.
Robert Dyas, the hardware retailer, is considering plans to relocate its headquarters and up to 100 staff from Leatherhead to Wimbledon.
Robert Dyas, the Leatherhead-based chain of 96 hardware stores with 1,100 staff, has been acquired by Gladys Emmanuel for an estimated £10m.
Robert Dyas is planning to open four more hardware stores this year, and seven outlets will be refurbished.
Robert Dyas believes there is potential to expand its chain of 99 hardware stores to 200, following the recent management buy-out.
Robert Dyas, the Leatherhead-based chain of 99 hardware stores with 1,250 staff, has undergone a management buy-out.
Robert Dyas is planning to open a further ten hardware stores in London and the South East over the next six months.
Robert Dyas is planning to open hardware concessions in up to 100 Somerfield stores, depending on the success of a six-month trial.
Robert Dyas is planning to expand the selling space in its 95 hardware stores by 7% over the next year, in order to introduce electronic products.
Robert Dyas is planning to expand its chain of 94 hardware stores by opening ten new sites a year.
Robert Dyas is planning to expand its chain of 85 hardware stores with 25 new sites this year.
Robert Dyas is to be acquired by private equity firm Change Capital for £61m, and is now planning to double its chain of 75 hardware stores over the next five years.
Robert Dyas is planning to expand its chain of 67 hardware stores with six new outlets this year.
Robert Dyas, the chain of 68 homeware stores, has been sold to management for undisclosed terms.