While for 20 whole years the Sklavenitis website was “under construction”, during the year of the pandemic the largest supermarket chain made digital leaps, launching 4 online stores, in Attica, Larissa, Patras and from November 18 in Thessaloniki , while it will continue to develop eMarket commerce through its activation in new cities from 2022.
The new dark store with a total area of 3,200 sq.m. which will serve the online store of Thessaloniki is located in Pylea, while as sources close to the company point out, in total for the distribution of electronic orders, the supermarket chain has more than 60 vehicles and has already started recruiting human resources.
In the eMarket of Thessaloniki, area consumers can find more than 10,000 codes of consumer goods and get the basic goods they need easily, quickly, and simply.
In addition, they can place their orders all days and hours of the week, with all possible payment methods that apply to the company’s physical stores (card, cash, bank account deposit).
The prices of the products in the online store of the chain are the same as those that apply in the physical stores, while the deliveries for purchases over 30 euros are free and take place on Mondays to Saturdays from 8:00 am to 10 pm: 00 in the evening.
“Hellenic Supermarkets Sklaveniti” has 430 stores and 6 distribution centers in Greece, serves an average of 460,000 customers daily, employs over 27,000 employees and works with more than 3,000 suppliers from Greece and abroad. For this year, its turnover is estimated to exceed 4 billion euros.
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