Easy (store)

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Easy S.A.
Type subsidiary of Cencosud
Industry Retail trade
Founded (1993)
Headquarters Santiago
Key people Carlos Wulf, General manager
Products Home improvement
construction materials
Revenue US$ 1.614 million (2010) [1]
Employees 8,400 (2009)
Parent Cencosud
Website Easy Chile
Easy Argentina
Easy Colombia

Easy Hogar y Construcción is a chain of South American homecenters. The company was founded in Argentina in 1993, in Chile in 1994 and in Colombia in 2007 by Chilean Conglomerate Cencosud.

History[edit]

Easy, based in Santiago, Chile, was founded in Argentina in 1993 and the following year opened its first store in Chile. In 2001, it bought out The Home Depot and became Argentina's number one home improvement company. The company has 82 branches [2] in South America, 29 in Chile, 49 in Argentina (plus 10 Blaisten construction supply stores), and 4 in Colombia.

Stores[edit]

Argentina[edit]

City of Buenos Aires[edit]

  1. Escalada, Parque Brown Factory Shopping
  2. Palermo, Portal Palermo Shopping
  3. Vélez Sársfield, Carrefour Vélez Sársfield
  4. Warnes, Carrefour Warnes
  5. Constituyentes, Wal-Mart Constituyentes
  6. Barracas, Super Vea Barracas
  7. Caballito
  8. Almagro

Buenos Aires Province[edit]

  1. Caseros
  2. San Isidro (in Villa Adelina)
  3. Lomas de Zamora, Portal Lomas Shopping
  4. San Martín, San Martin Factory Shopping Center
  5. Quilmes, Quilmes Factory Shopping
  6. Morón, Plaza Oeste Shopping
  7. Ituzaingó
  8. Pilar, Las Palmas Del Pilar Shopping
  9. Avellaneda Alto Avellaneda, Shopping
  10. San Justo, Wal Mart San Jusrto
  11. Belén de Escobar, Portal Escobar Shopping.
  12. La Tablada, Wal Mart Tablada
  13. Don Torcuato
  14. Avellaneda, Wal Mart Parque Avellaneda
  15. Moreno
  16. San Miguel
  17. José C. Paz
  18. Canning

Other Provinces[edit]

  1. Rosario, Portal Rosario Shopping
  2. San Miguel de Tucumán, Portal Tucuman Shopping.
  3. Neuquén, Portal Patagonia Shopping.
  4. Mendoza, Portal de los Andes Shopping.
  5. Santa Fe
  6. San Juan
  7. San Luis
  8. Córdoba
  9. La Rioja
  10. General Roca
  11. Trelew, Portal Trelew Shopping

Chile[edit]

Regions[edit]

  1. Antofagasta
  2. Copiapó
  3. La Serena
  4. Viña del Mar
  5. Valparaíso
  6. Quilpué
  7. Quillota
  8. Los Andes
  9. Rancagua
  10. Curicó
  11. Talca
  12. Linares
  13. Chillán
  14. Los Ángeles
  15. Hualpén
  16. Temuco
  17. Osorno
  18. Puerto Montt

Metropolitan Area of Santiago[edit]

  1. Mall Portal La Dehesa, Lo Barnechea
  2. Mall Alto Las Condes, Las Condes
  3. Portal La Reina, Las Condes
  4. Mall Paseo Quilín, Peñalolén
  5. San Miguel
  6. Mall Florida Center, La Florida
  7. Mall Arauco Maipú, Maipú
  8. Mall Portal Maipú, Maipú
  9. Quilicura
  10. Puente Alto
  11. Portal Ochagavía, Pedro Aguirre Cerda
  12. Mall Costanera Center, Providencia

Colombia[edit]

Bogotá[edit]

  1. Éxito El Cortijo
  2. Éxito Norte calle 170
  3. Éxito Las Américas
  4. Centro Comercial Centro Mayor

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], Annual Report
  2. ^ [2], Easy website

External links[edit]