The Warehouse Group is one of New Zealand’s largest retailing groups and manages six brands and over 250 retail stores. Shares in the company are traded on the NZX — keep reading for step-by-step instructions on how to buy WHS shares.
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The history of The Warehouse Group dates back to 1982, when Sir Stephen Tindall opened the first The Warehouse store in Auckland. The general merchandise retailer has experienced plenty of growth since then, and now boasts $3 billion in sales.
There are six core brands that come under The Warehouse Group umbrella: The Warehouse, Warehouse Stationery, Noel Leeming, Torpedo7, 1-day and TheMarket. This sees the group manage over 260 retail stores as well as distribution centres in New Zealand, plus sourcing offices in China and India.
The Warehouse Group employs over 12,000 people and is headquartered in Auckland.
In March 2021, The Warehouse Group announced the following key half-yearly results:
|Name||The Warehouse Group Limited||Industry||Specialty Retail|
|Type||Ordinary Shares||Date listed on NZX||14 Nov 1994|
|End of financial year||July||Chief executive officer||Nick Grayston|
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