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DIXY

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Type  Public (OAO)
Industry  Retail
Founder  Oleg Leonov
Revenue  4.8 billion USD (2012)
Net income  34.4 million USD (2012)
Traded as  MCX: DIXY
Number of employees  33,151
Founded  1992
Headquarters  Moscow
Parent organization  Mercury Group
DIXY httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediaenaadDIX
Key people  Igor Albertovich Kesaev (Chairman) Sergey Belyakov (CEO)
Products  Food and general merchandise

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DIXY is Russia's third largest food retail company. The Moscow-based company and its subsidiaries specialize in sale of food and everyday products. DIXY is a subsidiary of Mercury Group.

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As of January 2014, the company has 1489 neighborhood stores, supermarkets and convenience stores in Moscow, St. Petersburg and three federal districts of Russia: Central, Northwest and Urals and also in the Kaliningrad Oblast, including:

  • 1385 Dixy stores,
  • 11 Minimart stores,
  • 19 Megamart stores,
  • 1 Cash store,
  • 10 Dömev stores,
  • 32 Viktoriya stores,
  • 31 stores Viktoriya Supermarket.
  • The company was founded in 1992 in Saint Petersburg and began its expansion in 1999 when it opened a store in Moscow and from there began to expand to other regions of the country. It operates three brands.

    DIXY has 8 distribution centers that supply its stores in the key regions and also owns a fleet of trucks, which optimizes transportation costs and ensures prompt deliveries to stores.

    The DIXY main competitors are X5 Retail Group, Magnit, Metro Group, Auchan and others.

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    References

    DIXY Wikipedia


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