Metro Cash & Carry, which started operations in India in 2003 with two wholesale distribution centres in Bangalore, has opened a new centre in Uppal, Hyderabad.
The new outlet – spread over an area of approximately 5,000 sq.m with approximately 3,800 sq.m of selling space – is Metro Cash & Carry’s second outlet in the city. The outlet also has a 400 sq.m integrated ‘mandi’ offering fresh vegetables and fruits.
Rajeev Bakshi, managing director, Metro Cash & Carry India, said, “Our wholesale centre in Uppal reflects our understanding of and commitment to our customers. The integrated ‘mandi’ increases the comfort factor of our customers by providing them the best of traditional and modern practices.”
“Our unique business-to-business wholesale concept has been embraced by business customers and suppliers. With the opening of our second outlet in Hyderabad, we continue to partner with more local producers and professional business customers in the state,” he added.
Metro Cash & Carry India currently operates six wholesale distribution centres including two centres each in Bangalore and Hyderabad and one each in Mumbai and Kolkata.
– IndiaRetailing Bureau