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“Inclusion has given a boost to new needs. From the early days, the craze for all you can do on your own in the kitchen, gardening and DIY has continued to grow,” the dealers explained, Matilde and Fabian Dufu.
And the presentation should follow. The need to develop new divisions became apparent toEmerald Space to me Gironde sur Drupt (Gironde).
From formation to free trade
A change, a new adaptation to customer needs? Since its inception, the Duffau home has continued to evolve as customers change.
The great-grandfather was a blacksmith, grandparents were dealers in agricultural equipment, and the parents opened the first store dedicated to the rural world.
From 1100 square meters in 2005, the children of the fourth generation, Mathilde and Fabian, bring the following months,Dufao Corporation, Now Espace Émeraude, with an area of 1,700 square meters.
Do-it-yourself and “cooking with fats”
New domains and more and more products for each domain. If, in 2005, the previous enlargement was dedicated to Motocture Today the focus is on the garden Do it yourself And the dishes, The “big kitchen”, the kitchen of chubby pig or duck.
Mathilde and Fabian record:
“Especially since incarceration, since the age of forty, we increasingly feel the need to do a lot of things by ourselves, for the sake of economics of course, but also to ensure quality, especially when it is necessary to cook.”
With this expansion, in the gardening sector, you will find everything you need for landscaping, fence, fence, soil and of course traditional or localized garden machines such as robots.
In the kitchen section, Sunday chefs will delight sterilizers, jars, triples, and sausage machines.
If an additional 600 square meters of space warrants the development of new features, then the existing heavy equipment of professionals or experienced workers will also benefit.
the side Agricultural Work essence, batteries, lubricants, plant parts, pruning shears, vine binding machines, and work clothes will feel more comfortable.
Let us wish Espace Émeraude, Mathilde, Fabien and the staff, including the imminent new hires, success at least as they prepare to adapt.
Address: Espace Émeraude, 130, avenue Du Général-de-Gaulle, Frimont area, 33190 Gironde-sur-Dropt. Phone: 05.56.61.59.09.07 is open from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
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