Amarras begins the expansion of its commercial network with three openings expected in 2024

Amarras begins the expansion of its commercial network with three openings expected in 2024
Amarras begins the expansion of its commercial network with three openings expected in 2024

Amarras grows in retail. The Spanish nautical fashion company consolidates its presence in the national territory with an establishment in the center of Vigoat number 39 Velázquez Moreno Street, and plans to open three times before the end of the year.

The recent opening in the Pontevedra city is part of the brand’s expansion planthrough which it plans to open three self-managed stores throughout 2024. Currently, Amarras has a network of two establishments, among its flagship at number 33 Lagasca street, in Madrid, and its Vigo location.

The company seeks to promote its retail network with different points of Spain at street level, as explained by the CEO of the firm, Javier Ynclán, and collects Fashion Network.

The weight of Amarras’s turnover currently falls on its e-commerce platform, which the company plans to promote throughout the current year, in order to reach various European markets such as Portugal, France, Germany, Italy.

Amarras had an important national and international presence between 1978 and 1996

Amarras began its activity in 1978 with the help of José Ynclán. The Spanish brand, which had a significant national and international presence between 1978 and 1996, completely disappeared at the end of the 90s.

In 2011, entrepreneurs María Lucas and María Ruano relaunched the brand thanks to an agreement with the Ynclán family, which gave them temporary use of the brand. In 2018, the contract expired.

In 2019, it was recovered by the heirs of its founder, led by Javier Ynclán, who decided to put it back on the market in order to reach a new clientele.

The company currently operates through the company Amarras Nauticwhich was established in December 2018. Located on Lagasca Street, Amarras Nautic has as administrators Cristian Ynclan Velasco, Francisco Javier Ynclan Velasco, José María Ynclan Giraldo, Alfonso José Ynclán Velasco and María Luisa Ynclán Llorente.

 
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