Slovaks fall for online shopping at Ikea

The furniture retailer is opening pick-up points across Slovakia.

Illustratory stock photo.Illustratory stock photo. (Source: SITA/AP)

As part of its expansion plans for Slovakia, the world’s largest furniture retailer, IKEA, is opening new pick-up points across the country. A similar point of delivery has been in operation in Košice since early January.

“Pick-up points enable customers to select where and when to pick up their order,” said Mounia El Hilali, country retail manager at IKEA for the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovakia. “The fact that they will drive the product home on their own is an affordable alternative to our transport service.”

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The new pick-up points will open in Nitra, Banská Bystrica and Žilina later this year. These will be operated by an external company.

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