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Metro Cash and Carry commences activity in Hyderabad

Written by: Staff

Hyderabad, Apr 26 (UNI) Metro Cash and Carry India today marked commencement of its activities in Hyderabad.

With operations in 28 countries, and two distribution centers in Bangalore, Metro's Cash and Carry is an internationally proven self service wholsesale model which has also found success in India. Over 17,500 articles catering to the entire needs of its core demand customer groups comprising hotels, restaurants, caterers, retailers and other business are directly sourced from producers and manufacturers and sold to its business custom er through Metro distribution centres, according to a press release.

Each distribution center has a built up area of 110,000 square feet of which 20,000 sq feet is temperature controlled and dedicated for fresh perishables. The proposed distribution center in Hyderabad will also cater to parking requirements of 300 four wheel vehicles and 265 two wheelers, the release added.

For small and medium retailers, Metro Cash and Carry offers a one stop solution for all their business requirements, under one roof.

The easy availability of all products, under one roof, allows retailers to use Metro as their warehouse and increase their range, the release said.

The direct contact that Metro has with producers and manufacturers allows them to get best possible prices, irrespective of the quantities they buy. The success in Karnataka has shown that this help small and medium retailers serve their customer better and improves their competitiveness against larger emerging formats of modern retailing in the country, it added.


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