Hardware Stores: New Online Store

The chain of hardware EPA launched a new online store to serve customers in Guatemala.

Friday, December 13, 2019

In Central America this is the second online store to put EPA into operation, as the first began operating in May 2019 in the Costa Rican market.

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Company executives informed that the new online hardware sales platform for Guatemala will offer more than 15 thousand products and its inventories will be updated in real time.

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Elperiodico.com.gt reviews that "... It also offers consumers to pay by credit or debit card and bank transfer. As for the form of shipment may go to customer service of a nearby store or home through express charge with an additional cost that is determined after purchase."

According to a report by CentralAmericaData, in the region operate about 4,000 retail stores of hardware products, with 45% concentrated in Guatemala and Costa Rica.

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