MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwired - Nov 26, 2015) -
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Structube, the leading Canadian retailer of modern furniture, has just launched its e-commerce site in the United States. Just in time for Black Friday, U.S. customers will immediately benefit from Structube's aggressive pricing strategy on its exclusive, contemporary products. In addition to its easy-to-use online web platform, Structube owns and operates 47 stores in Canada and plans on opening many locations across the United States, starting in 2016.
Structube's contemporary style furniture ranges from rustic wood and mid-century to sleek lacquer and glass. Structube offers high style/low priced pre-assembled and easy-to-assemble products. The company caters to young professionals, condo dwellers and even small businesses.
This highly successful brand first opened its doors as a furniture retailer in 1980. The company has since expanded its operation across Canada, opening stores in almost every province, as well as tripling the size of its Montreal-based state of the art fulfillment center to a whopping 250 000 sq feet.
Recently entering the world of omnichannel retail, Structube just launched its fully integrated ERP, WMS, POS and ECOM site, all fluidly connected together. This high tech solution enables the company to stay lean and competitive while continuing to offer the best possible products and prices to its customers.
Visit Structube's website at structube.com.
Founded in 1974, Structube first opened its doors on the corner of Sherbrooke and Parc in downtown Montreal. Staying on the cutting edge of design trends, Structube has continued to expand and diversify its furniture selection over the years, offering contemporary designs at affordable prices. To this day, Structube remains a family business dedicated to providing its customers with an exceptional shopping experience.
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