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LEIDEN - IKEA's first secondhand shop, which opened on a trial basis in November 2020, is to remain open for another year to continue exploring the potential benefits of the circularity experiment.

The store, in the ReTuna secondhand shopping centre in the Swedish town of Eskilstuna, aims to test and develop how the pre-used segment could contribute to prolonging the life of IKEA products.

"With the prolonged testing period we can take further learnings to see if and how the secondhand shop could be integrated in the IKEA customer meeting point portfolio, to understand if this solution has the potential to scale-up to the many IKEA markets globally," says Lynn Walker, customer meeting points manager, Inter IKEA Systems.

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