On an unadjusted basis, retail e Commerce sales reached
On an unadjusted basis, retail e Commerce sales reached $1.3 billion in October, accounting for 2.6 per cent of total retail trade.On a year-over-year basis, retail e Commerce increased 19.4 per cent, while total unadjusted retail sales rose 7.5 per cent.||
On an unadjusted basis, retail e Commerce sales reached $1.3 billion in October, accounting for 2.6 per cent of total retail trade..3 billion in October, accounting for 2.6 per cent of total retail trade.
The acquisition does not include The Company Store’s five retail locations. has announced the winners of its ‘Great Canadian Home Renovation Contest.’ Each winner has won ,000 work of Castle goods to put towards a home renovation project of their choice.The prizes will be awarded at the winning Castle locations in the coming weeks.The study clearly demonstrates retailers must strive to provide customers with the ability to interact and shop across channels, creating a fluid and frictionless brand experience.The Home Depot has acquired The Company Store, an online retailer of textiles and home décor products, from Hanover Direct.Non-residential building fell 14 per cent, retreating for the second month in a row after the sharp improvement reported in late summer.
The non-building construction sector, which can be volatile on a month-to-month basis, plunged 32 per cent in November after its 28 per cent hike in October.
Meanwhile, residential building managed to edge up one per cent, as an improved amount for single family housing slightly outweighed a moderate pullback for multifamily housing.
During the first 11 months of 2017, total construction starts on an unadjusted basis were 7.1 billion, up one per cent from a year ago.
The winners are Ed Shuukmaus of Minden, ON, for the central region at Cottage Country Building Supplies in Carnarvon, ON; Serena Gardner of Tower Hill, NB, for the Atlantic region at Keith’s Building Supplies in St George, NB; and Megan Jensen of Sylvan Lake, AB, for the western region at Wolf Creek Building Supplies in Sylvan Lake, AB.
AZEK Building Products will acquire WES, LLC, which sells engineered railing systems and assembly machines under Ultra Lox, Harmony, and other brands.
In addition to its success as an online retailer, The Company Store has strong relationships and industry leading capabilities in the development and sourcing of high quality textiles across bedding, bath, and related categories.