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So far, Netto has planned to open a total of more than 150 stores by the end of the year, located in place of former Tesco stores across Poland. The conversion process is planned to be completed in the middle of next year, and the acceleration of the integration process also means faster completion of the modernization and rebranding process, which may end in the spring of 2022.
By exceeding the plan by about 50 ports, the Netto chain will approach close to 200 facilities that have been converted, thus executing the conversion process in more than 60%.
Let’s remember that the Danish discount company acquired 301 Tesco stores across Poland at the beginning of this year. At least 25 of that number will be closed for good, which means that until the end of the integration and rebranding, Netto will operate a chain of more than 660 stores. New stores, built from scratch, should be added to this number.
The newly opened stores operate in the unique Netto 3.0 format, which refers to the Scandinavian style. Its determinants are the simple character of the equipment and the balanced colors of the interior of the shops. Wide alleys, lamps that ensure neutral lighting or wooden elements of the decor will ensure comfort and a friendly atmosphere for shopping. To further improve customers’ shopping experience, the chain intends to introduce a self-checkout service in 50 locations.
Netto branches offer 3,000 products on permanent display, including 1,000 specials.
The Netto series has been operating on the Polish market for more than 25 years. The company has about 450 stores in Poland and three distribution warehouses, employing more than 5.5 thousand. Persons. Netto Polska’s concept is to be close to your customers. The shops are located near the residential complexes. The assortment includes the vast majority of products from Polish suppliers. Outside of Poland, the network is located in Denmark and Germany.
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