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Bharti Walmart enters South India

Bharti Walmart, the joint venture between Bharti Enterprises and Walmart Stores Inc for wholesale, business-to-business and cash-and-carry operations in India,


September 16, 2011  |  comments ( 0 )  | 
Bharti Walmart enters South India

Bharti Walmart, the joint venture between Bharti Enterprises and Walmart Stores Inc for wholesale, business-to-business and cash-and-carry operations in India, has recently marked its entry in South India with the launch of its first Best Price Modern Wholesale cash-and-carry store in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh. 

Spread over 53,000 sq ft, the store offers best fixed and fair prices with unmatched convenience, choice, quality, hygiene and selections. Best Price Modern Wholesale will stock over 5000 items, including a wide range of fresh, frozen and chilled foods, fruits and vegetables, dry groceries, etc. 

Rajan Bharti Mittal, Chairman, Bharti Walmart said, “We are delighted to expand our footprint to South India, which is a key market for us. It will be our endeavour to add value to the economy of the region, with Andhra Pradesh to begin with, by offering our customers a combination of great quality and prices. Also, Bharti Walmart will source a large number of products locally, thus providing momentum to the local industry, and create direct and indirect employment opportunities.” 

Raj Jain, Managing Director and CEO, Bharti Walmart Pvt. Ltd. commented, “Best Price Modern Wholesale cash-and-carry stores across India have provided immense benefits to small businesses and institutions by offering them products at best, competitive prices, convenience, wide assortment, hygienic and quality products, all under one roof. We will help kirana stores, small and medium businesses, hotels, restaurants and institutions save money, so they can pass the benefits to their consumers and help them live better. We will build relationships with the communities that we serve and help improve lives in ways that go beyond the business.”

 

 


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