Spar makes its presence in Mangalore
Max Hypermarket India Pvt Ltd., part of Dubai-based Landmark Group, has opened a food retail store Spa at City Centre Mall in Mangalore. Spa operates under a license agreement between Max Hypermarket
May 04, 2010 | comments ( 0 ) |
Max Hypermarket India Pvt Ltd., part of Dubai-based Landmark Group, has opened a food retail store Spa at City Centre Mall in Mangalore. Spa operates under a license agreement between Max Hypermarket India Pvt Ltd and Spar International.
With over 40,000 products to choose from, Spar provides the widest range of fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, poultry and fish, dairy products, ready-to-eat products, live bakery, wines, beer and spirits, personal care, kitchenware, crockery, electronic products and IT accessories, kids' toys, apparel and stationery..
Viney Singh, managing director, Max Hypermarket India Pvt Ltd, said that with the launch of such large format stores, the company hopes to take the shopping experience in India to a whole new level.
He added that customer satisfaction takes precedence over every other aspect. The company is concerned to provide customers with the best services, coupled with value for their money, and make their weekly shopping an experience to look forward to.
Spar has plans to set up 25 new stores in India over next three years with a tentative investment of Rs 400 crores. Mysore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Pune, Delhi, Hyderabad and Gurgaon are some of the locations, included, in their expansion plans.
With the opening of this store in Mangalore, Spar has occupied total retail space of 256,500 sq. ft with its five hypermarkets operational in the cities including Bengaluru and Hyderabad.
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