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OVS industry opens in Saudi Arabia, Greece and Bosnia


Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

OVS industry, the leading Italian fashion retailer, inaugurates its third store in Saudi Arabia inside the Galleria Shopping Mall located in Riyadh.

After the other successful openings in Riyadh - King Abdullah Road - and in Jeddah - Al-Andalus Mall - last year, once more, OVS industry chooses AL AJLAN COMPANY as exclusive partner to open this new store in Saudi Arabia.

Heraklion, Crete

In Crete, inside the Talos Plaza Shopping Centre located in Heraklion, the italian fashion retailer inaugurates its first store.

As a partner for this opening, OVS industry has chosen FASHIONLINK S.A owned by Ermes Department Stores Public Ltd that has already partnered OVS at the two opening events which took place in Cyprus in 2007.

Sarajevo, Bosnia

OVS industry, inaugurates its second store in Bosnia inside the Intershop Shopping Mall located in Kolodvorska 12 in Sarajevo.

After the successful opening in Banja Luka in May 2007, once more, OVS industry chooses INTERACTIV d.o.o. as exclusive partner to open this new store in Bosnia.


Inside its stores a large, factory-like, brick walled loft daubed with graffiti, OVS industry provides high quality Italian fashion and a superior level shopping experience.
Colours and natural materials set the scene for collections exclusively designed by a team of OVS industry fashion designers, capturing both the Italian and international emerging fashion trend.

OVS industry offers its customers high quality, exclusively stylish collections that are renewed on a fortnightly basis and manufactured in compliance with the strictest rules of Social Responsibility.

OVS industry has been a reference point in the Italian clothing industry for 35 years now, thanks to its capacity for constant renewal and for capitalising on market evolution.

These new stores are part of an expansion plan which features 17 openings by the end of 2007 and entails the opening of around 20 stores in Eastern Europe and in the Middle East area by the end of 2008.

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