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Online Grocery: The Discounters’ Achilles’ Heel

Discounters have a concept-inherent disadvantage online: They have no cost leadership as their efficiencies are generated instore. Their focus on huge volumes and low prices makes profitability appear out of reach.
Topics: Schwarz Group Aldi Dia Amazon dm

Spain: Seeking a Challenger to Mercadona

Spain is one of the most fragmented grocery markets in Western Europe. Yet, its market leader, Mercadona, records a market share as high as the next four largest grocers combined. Can anyone challenge the Spanish giant?
Topics: Mercadona Eroski Dia Covirán Carrefour

Dia Lays the Foundation for 2018

Spanish retailer Dia posted disappointing results in 2017 in its European markets (Spain and Portugal) with revenues down 3.3% to EUR6.59bn. The retailer assures that the performances lay the foundation for good traction in 2018.
Topics: Dia

Dia and Casino Widen Private Label Cooperation

French retailer Groupe Casino and its Spanish counterpart Dia Group have set up a new joint company, CD Supply Innovation. In detail, the new operation will manage the ordering and supply of private label products for both retailers, as well as logistics and payment services.
Topics: Casino Dia

Spanish Retailers Make Plans in Portugal

The upcoming quarters are going to be interesting for Spanish retailers looking to develop their presence in neighbouring Portugal, from the pending Mercadona market entry, to Dia looking to establish an e-commerce presence, and Froiz opening new supermarkets.
Topics: Dia Mercadona

Dia to Grow its Partnership with Amazon

Dia is working with online retail giant Amazon to bring its groceries to more cities in Spain. The retailer already supplies Amazon's rapid Prime Now delivery service in Madrid and now hopes to expand to Barcelona and other cities, according to El Economista.
Topics: Amazon Dia

Dia & Eroski to Build Private Label Synergies

Spanish retailers Dia and Eroski have announced the creation of a joint company to trade private labels. Known as Red Libra Trading Services, the company will be located in Madrid and employ 50 professionals to negotiate with private label suppliers. The retailers' own commercial strategies remain independent.
Topics: Dia Eroski