DIXY

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DIXY Group OJSC
Группа Компаний ДИКСИ OAO
Public (OAO)
Traded as MCXDIXY
Industry Retail
Founded 1992
Headquarters Moscow, Russia
Key people
Igor Albertovich Kesaev (Chairman)
Ilya Yakubson (CEO)
Products Food and general merchandise
Revenue Increase US$ 4.8 billion (2012) [1]
Decrease US$ 34.4 million (2012) [1]
Number of employees
33,151
Parent Mercury Group
Website www.dixy.ru

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.

As of January 2014, the company has 1489[2] 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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