IKEA began to deliver goods to 10 more Russian cities where there are no chain stores

IKEA, which sells in its stores in the Russian Federation, has expanded its delivery zone to 10 Russian cities where it does not exist. This is reported on the company’s website. TASS.

Now on the company’s website you can order goods with delivery to Volgograd, Voronezh, Penza, Perm, Saratov, Sochi, Togliatti, Tyumen, Ulyanovsk and Chelyabinsk.

Currently you have to go through an automated queue to enter the IKEA website and place an order.

On July 30, IKEA resumed online sales of its products in Moscow. The message that it is impossible to place an order due to the lack of delivery and pick-up intervals has been removed from the company’s website. On July 25, IKEA resumed the online sale of its products in stores in the Russian Federation. Sales are made when there are available intervals for delivery and pickup in your “city”, as stated by the company.

In mid-June, the company announced that it had finally left the Russian Federation and completely ceased all sales, as well as the operation of ten factories in the country.

Source: Gazeta


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