Brico Dépôt

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Brico Dépôt
Private (subsidiary of Kingfisher plc)
Industry Retail
Headquarters Longpont-sur-Orge, France
Products DIY
Home improvement tools
Revenue £2,000 million
Number of employees
7,171 [1]
Parent Kingfisher

Brico Dépôt (French pronunciation: ​[bʁiko depo]) is a French chain of DIY and Home Improvement stores, headquartered in Longpont-sur-Orge.[2][3] The chain was created in 1993 by Castorama Dubois Investment, Castorama Dubois was later purchased by the UK Kingfisher Group.[4] There are over 100 stores open in France. There are also 16 open in Spain and 5 open in Poland.[citation needed]. Some (15) were also opened in Romania after the acquisition of the Bricostore chain by Kingfisher.


The store's biggest customer is the Construction and Building trade,[4] as Brico Dépôt sells wholesale and in large stock and quantity. The Brico Dépôt format is largely based on the format of an American Company, The Home Depot.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ Num. of employees in France, Spain &Poland, on Kingfisher plc site
  2. ^ "Legal notices." Brico Dépôt. Retrieved on 2 February 2011. "Propriétaire du site : Brico Dépôt Rue de la Tourelle - 91310 LONGPONT SUR ORGE France."
  3. ^ "Brico Dépôt." Kingfisher plc. Retrieved on 2 February 2011. "Head office Rue de la Tourelle 91310 Longpont sur Orge France."
  4. ^ a b Brico Depot on Kingfisher plc Website

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