Some grocery banners across Europe truly excel at maximizing their sales density. But why are they so productive? LZ Retailytics compared the best in class to figure out the secret behind their success and found many similarities.
Italian hypermarket specialist Bennet has opened its fifth grocery pick-up point (also known as a drive) outside its new hypermarket in Nichelino, a suburb of Turin, after competitors Carrefour and Coop Italia already opened drives nearby.
Italy’s third largest grocer Esselunga plans to be listed on the Milan stock exchange. According to the German newspaper Lebensmittel Zeitung, the aim to make around 30% of the family-owned company available to investors was approved at board level earlier this week.
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