Saudi Co for Hardware (SACO) aims to become the undisputed leader in home improvement and gardening stores, not just through outlet expansion, but also by the addition of a variety of products and brands which are reputed for their high quality. The company grew further by adding a 22nd store in 2014, and is continuing to invest in hiring and training quality staff.
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Product coverage: Non-Store Retailing, Store-based Retailing.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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Summary 1 Saudi Co for Hardware (SACO): Key Facts
Summary 2 Saudi Co for Hardware (SACO): Operational Indicators
Summary 3 Saudi Co for Hardware (SACO): Share of Sales Generated by Internet Retailing
Summary 4 Saudi Co for Hardware (SACO): Competitive Position 2014
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