Residents of Brześć Kujawski from Wednesday, 10 April this year, can again shop at their local Biedronka store. The facility at ul. Kolejowa 8, launched after a thorough renovation, encourages a new look, an enlarged sales room and promotions on selected items.
The renovation of the store in Brześć Kujawski was associated with the expansion of the sales room and the introduction of a new 2.0 format. It means optimized, more affordable for customers, product settings. New zones have been separated in the store, eg with bread, fruit and vegetables, cosmetics. Markets with promotional items are also marked. The renovated store will offer everything that consumers expect from a modern and friendly shopping network – says Marcin Kajser, haunts the sales manager, responsible for the Biedronka stores in Brest Kujawski.
Renovated shop at ul. Kolejowa 8 is enlarged to 850 sqm. salesroom, 5 cash registers and convenient parking for motorized customers, with 50 parking spaces.
It is worth noting that the modernized facility has also become more environmentally friendly, which is one of the pillars of social responsibility of the Biedronka network. The shop uses LED lighting, and refrigeration devices use ecological gases, such as natural gas CO2 (“clean technology”), and in the case of refrigerators, freezers and freezer chambers – propane gas.
Jeronimo Martins Polska S.A. is the owner of Biedronka – the largest retail network in Poland, with 2.9 thousand. stores located in more than 1.1 thousand. towns that have been present on the Polish market for over 20 years. The pillars of the company’s strategy are carefully selected products of the highest quality, offered at low prices every day. In 2018, Biedronka cooperated with over 1,000 Polish suppliers, 92% of whom came from Poland. products in the network offer. Jeronimo Martins Polska S.A., employing over 65,000 people, is the largest private employer in Poland and the second-largest Polish company. The company is a strategic partner of the Responsible Business Forum. Since 1995, the Jeronimo Martins Group has invested over PLN 14 billion in Poland.