Bharti Walmart expands in Central India
Launches its 2nd Store in Indore
August 29, 2011 | comments ( 0 ) |
Bharti Walmart, the joint venture between Bharti Enterprises and Walmart Stores Inc for wholesale, business-to-business and cash-and-carry operations in India, opened its 8th Best Price Modern Wholesale cash-and-carry store in India at Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Mr. Arvind Mediratta (Executive Vice President & Business Head – Cash & Carry, Bharti Walmart) inaugurated the store.
Spread over 53,000 sq ft, the Best Price Modern Wholesale store in Indore is situated near MR-10, Indore–Dewas Bye Pass Road, Nipania, Indore (M.P.). The Best Price Modern Wholesale store will also have the successful ‘Mera Kirana’ program which shares best practices with members, who are small and medium retailers, on various aspects of using low cost modern techniques and processes such as assortment planning, layout and fixtures, displays, backroom, licenses, safe food handling, customer retention and value added services.
Mr. Raj Jain, Managing Director and CEO, Bharti Walmart Pvt. Ltd. said, “Madhya Pradesh is fast becoming a preferred investment destination. I see a convergence of our objectives and vision with Madhya Pradesh. Bharti Walmart has invested over $14 million in Madhya Pradesh and has created over 1000 jobs in the state. Our Business-to-Business Best Price Modern Wholesale cash-and-carry store in Indore will provide our members the benefit of low prices, convenience, wide choices, hygienic products and quality products all under one roof. We will continue to save our members money and help residents of Indore to live better.”
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