New Súper Selectos Investments in El Salvador
The supermarket chain plans to open five new branches in different parts of the country this year.
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Carlos Calleja, vice president of the supermarket chain, informed Elsalvador.com: “We are hoping to open five new stores with a multimillion dollar investment this year, developing more jobs for the country and trying to get closer to all the niches and towns.”
The supermarket chain plans to open seven new stores in 2011.
With an investment of $6.8 million the multinational retailer will open a second store under the Maxi Despensa format in July.
With an investment of $40 million the supermarket chain will open 12 new supermarkets and a supply center in Nejapa in the next two years.
In Costa Rica the Auto Mercado supermarket chain has announced the opening of 18 "Vindi" convenience stores before the end of 2013.
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