French supermarket group Casino continues to sell its stores: the company has sold 33 supermarkets to Lidl and one Geant hypermarket to rival E.Leclerc.
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French retailer Casino has opened a second Belgian Franprix store in Brussels. It is a small convenience store with a limited 'on the go' product range.
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In order to further reduce its debts, French retail group Casino is selling six Géant hypermarkets and quite some real estate.
In France, supermarket group Casino has posted surprisingly good results. The chain itself spoke of the best year of the past five, despite problems with the yellow vest movement.
French retailer Leclerc is negotiating with its competitor Casino to take over "certain hypermarkets" of the Géant Casino chain. Casino recently offered up 20 of its 110 hypermarkets for sale.
French supermarket chain Casino follows the trend and opens a shop without check-out near the Champs Elysées. In this way it becomes a French variant of the concept of Amazon Go in the United States.
Looking to work away its towering debts, French retailer Casino has decided to sell 55 retail premises of supermarket chain Monoprix for 565 million euro.
Spanish discount chain Dia has joined Horizon International, the purchasing alliance set up this year by sector peers Casino, Metro and Auchan.
French retail giants Auchan, Casino and Schiever have agreed to form a new purchase alliance with German Metro, named Horizon. This new alliance will allow the chains to coordinate purchases both inside France and abroad.
French retail group Casino means business with its Franprix brand in Brussels, because it is planning for a second location, with several franchisees who have presented themselves.
French supermarket group Casino will take its first steps in Belgium, after having opened a first Franprix convenience store in Brussels. It will be a trial to test the Belgian waters.
French supermarket chain Casino launched a pilot project in Saint-Etienne: several stores will use special trams with no passengers to deliver orders.
French supermarket chain Casino’s first quarter of 2017 resulted in a decent 11.6 % turnover growth mainly thanks to progress in Latin America.
French Group Casino has sold its Big C Vietnam to Central Group from Thailand for one billion dollars, in an attempt to lower its overall debt.