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The Hut Group

The Hut Group has secured private funding of more than £138m for the expansion of its Northwich-based online retail business.

The Hut Group is to invest £100m in the expansion of its online retail business, including an 836,000 sq ft distribution centre in Warrington and 2,000 new jobs.

The Hut Group is to set up a 685,000 sq ft online fashion distribution centre at Omega Warrington.

The Hut Group of Cheshire has acquired Moo, the owner of the Preloved online advertising portal.

The Hut Group is planning to open a new 500,000 sq ft warehouse and head office for its online retail business at an undisclosed location in Manchester by late 2015.

The Hut Group has acquired Probikekit, the online cycling accessories firm, for undisclosed terms.

The Hut Group is planning to expand the 700-strong workforce at its online retailing business with 500 new jobs over the next two years, but could relocate away from Northwich in 2014.

The Hut Group is seeking a suitable warehouse site of up to 400,000 sq ft in the North West for the relocation of its Northwich-based online retailing business.

The Hut Group is planning to double the workforce at its Cheshire-based online retailing business to 1,000 over the next two years, and has also announced the £60m acquisition of Manchester-based sports nutrition brand Myprotein.

The Hut Group has acquired Mankind Direct, the Farnborough-based health and beauty products supplier with 30 staff, for £2.5m.

The Hut Group has acquired Lookfantastic Group, the online supplier of beauty products and chain of hairdressing salons, for £19m.

The Hut Group has bought, and a direct sales business from Findel for £0.6m, in order to expand its online gift operations.

The Hut, the online retailer, is considering plans to open a number of unstaffed stores, selling up to 30 product categories.

The Hut Group is looking to create up to 100 jobs for software developers, web designers and customer service staff at its headquarters in Cheshire, following the acquisition of the Zavvi brand and customer database.