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Carrefour will open 31 pedestrian drive in Paris by the end of January 2019


The distributor continues the pedestrian drive opening in Paris with 31 new withdrawal points by the end of January 2019. With its territorial network in Paris with more than 250 convenience stores, this device reinforces the omnichannel strategy of the distributor.

Carrefour continues its expansion with the opening of new pedestrian drives in the capital, as announced a year ago by Alexandre Bompard, the president of Carrefour, during its transformation plan Carrefour 2022. At the end of January, 31 pedestrian drive will complete the already existing offer.

The brand aims to meet all the needs of its customers by offering them an optimal shopping experience. It is in this context that Carrefour launched in April 2018 its first pedestrian drive in Paris and the Lyon region. Carrefour will count at the end of the month 42 including 31 in Paris and 11 in the Lyon region.

With the pedestrian drive, customers place their orders on the website or on the application and can withdraw their shopping the next day in the store closest to their home. With this service, Carrefour brings the hypermarket downtown combining the advantages of the hypermarket (wide range of 15,000 references, competitive prices) and those of convenience stores. To prepare orders removed from the pedestrian drive, Carrefour has a major asset its order picking platforms to prepare them better.

With a multi-format network of 12,300 stores in more than 30 countries, the Carrefour Group is one of the world leaders in the food trade. Carrefour welcomes 105 million customers worldwide and generated sales of 88.24 billion euros in 2017 and more than 380,000 employees.

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