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Zara launches online store in Canada
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Mar '13
Company Canada joins the 22-market network in which Zara.com operates. The commercial format offers as of this week, online shopping with delivery to the entire country. The full range of women’s, men’s and children’s clothing found in Zara’s stores will be available on Zara.com.

Garment prices are identical online and in-store and there are three classes of delivery: standard, in-store and express. Regardless of the selected delivery option, product orders will be wrapped in purpose-designed eco-friendly packaging which keeps purchased garments in an optimal state until delivery. Payments can be made using all the standard e-commerce payment methods.

Zara in Canada

Canada joins the 22-market network in which Zara.com operates: 18 European countries; the U.S and Japan, where online stores debuted in 2011; and China, which went live in September 2012.

Zara made its Canadian debut in 1999 with its first store opening in Montreal. Zara currently has 22 stores in Canadian cities. Massimo Dutti, another Inditex retailer, opened its inaugural Canadian store in Toronto in September 2012. 

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