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Carrefour Announces Plans To Expand E-Commerce And Acquire Tecno Stores

January 13, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
As part of its expansion moves in markets across Europe, Carrefour announced plans to expand its e-commerce operations in Belgium. Steps the company plans to take include increasing the number of pickup points from the present 84 to 184 by the end of 2017. Also, the retailer plans to extend its collaboration with bpost to expand coverage of its home delivery service in the country. Carrefour said it also will do a test run of the bringr-enabled home delivery service launched by bpost. In addition to e-commerce expansion, the company also plans to acquire nine Tecno stores from Tecno Kempen.
"Carrefour Belgium growing store base and online", Retail Analysis, January 13, 2017, © The Institute of Grocery Distribution and IGD Services Limited
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