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Sarantis Group Returns to Greece

571076_sarantis-640x400Greek company Sarantis Group has decided to bring its headquarters in Oinofyta, Greece. Sarantis Group had its central offices in Romania until now. According to an official announcement, the transfer is expected to be held in the first quarter of 2014. Moreover, the Group is expected to make an investment of one million euros in our country, creating 20 job positions. “The labor cost in Greece is better than that in Romania at the moment, and the total costs are also lower” says an executive of the company in Eleftheros Typos newspaper.

In 1930, Gregory Sarantis established a company in Constantinople, that was to shape the cosmetics business landscape in Greece in the future. The company’s object is the representation and commercial distribution of luxury cosmetics. To this day, under the name of its founder, the company constitutes a reference point for the business world in the cosmetics product sector.

Sarantis Group has a wide range of products. With a line of cosmetic products at affordable prices and a leading position in the market; this sector is represented by brands like STR8, C-THRU, BU and CARROTEN. The company has gained many loyal consumers, who make them their preferred choice. The household products sector with brands that have been in practically every household for years now, has put the Sarantis group in the leading position of many product categories.


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