Coolblue opens first store in Germany
E-commerce company further expands infrastructure in Germany
Today, Coolblue opens its first store in Germany, in the Dusseldorf city center. With this opening, the e-commerce company further expands its infrastructure in Germany.
Today, Coolblue opens its first store in Germany. Customers can try out over 1,000 products on the 2,600m² surface area and visit the store for advice, repairs, or to pick up their order. The first German Coolblue store will open at the heart of Dusseldorf in the Kö-Bogen II shopping center. This building has the greenest facade in Europe, which consists of no less than 30,000 plants.
Expansion in Germany
One year ago, Coolblue successfully took its own infrastructure across the German border. By now, Coolblue Germany employs over 100 Coolbluers. The e-commerce company has considerably expanded its own delivery network, installation services, and bike delivery services in North Rhine-Westphalia. With the opening of its first store, Coolblue continues to build on its infrastructure in Germany.
Pieter Zwart, Founder at Coolblue: “In the coming year, we’ll keep expanding in Germany. In North Rhine-Westphalia, we want to further expand our delivery services CoolblueDelivers and CoolblueBikes. On top of that, we want to open more stores, so we can make even more German customers very happy.”
Coolblue is a leading and fast-growing e-commerce company operating in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany. With our relentless focus on NPS and EBITDA, we create structural competitive advantages by building leading customer journeys for over 1,100 products. We have an integrated online offering, via our website, the app, our own delivery & installation service, in-house customer service employees, and own physical stores. From our 88,000 square metres energy-positive warehouse, we deliver products to our customers' homes with our blue Coolblue vans and environmentally friendly CoolblueBikes. With over 6,000 Coolblue’ers we exceed customer expectations every single day. In 2020, Coolblue achieved a turnover of 2 billion euros, with an NPS of 68 and an EBITDA of 114 million euros.