McDonald’s To Become Closer To Magnitogorsk Metal Makers
19.01.2010 — News
THE CHELYABINSK OBLAST.
By the end of 2010 two McDonald's restaurants will open in Magnitogorsk, the host of the Russian largest ferrous metal making Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works. Should the pilot projects prove profitable the company is ready to open a third fast food outlet.
The city's Mayor's office informed RusBusinessNews that the planned area of these sites is 500-600 square metres. The buildings will be erected from scratch, next to them there will be parking lots and places for summer cafes. The locations for the restaurants should be finally approved shortly.
McDonald's is represented in the Urals by the four restaurants in Ekaterinburg, one in Tyumen and two in Chelyabinsk. McDonald's representatives said that in the nearest 3 to 5 years the company is planning to strengthen its presence in the region. This includes driving the number of restaurants in Ekaterinburg, Tyumen, and Chelyabinsk to 7-10 in each of the cities.
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