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Metro Group plans Russian Metro online store by year-end

Metro Cash & Carry in Russia plans to launch an online store in the Moscow region. This is presumed to be scheduled to occur by the end of 2013, according to a Planet Retail interview with Metro Group. The company plans to begin a test phase this year.

The operator has already decided on the range, which will include food as well as non-food items, including brands and private labels. In addition, Metro has already selected a warehouse centre, located between Noginsky and Moscow. Orders from RUB5,000 (USD162.6) will be delivered free of charge.

Planet Retail
Теги: Metro Group
Статья относится к тематикам: Актуально, Электронная коммерция
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Metro Cash & Carry in Russia plans to launch an online store in the Moscow region. This is presumed to be scheduled to occur by the end of 2013, according to a Planet Retail interview with Metro Group. The company plans to begin a test phase this year.

The operator has already decided on the range, which will include food as well as non-food items, including brands and private labels. In addition, Metro has already selected a warehouse centre, located between Noginsky and Moscow. Orders from RUB5,000 (USD162.6) will be delivered free of charge.

Planet Retail
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