Bonami, increase in sales of 19 million euros compared to 2019

  • Bonami recorded, despite the pandemic, an increase in sales of 19 million euros compared to 2019.
  • The company plans, for 2021, additional investments and the launch of its own brands.

The increase, compared to last year, was over 40% and the turnover reached 70 million euros, of which 10 million made in Romania.

EBITDA, unaudited, was 209% higher than in 2019.

We have invested almost 3 million euros in increasing the capacity of warehouses, transport, technology, marketing and, last but not least, in our physical stores, opening 6 units this year, said Pavel Vopařil, CEO of Bonami.

Bonami plans to develop its own transport solution, which is already in use in three countries (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary), on all markets

The warehouses will be further expanded in 2021, doubling its area, from 10,000 sqm to 20,000 sqm.

A novelty will also be the Bonami private labels, which customers will be able to recognize in the categories of interior, exterior  furniture and decorations.

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