Poland news

04 May 2022
Jerónimo Martins has announced its Q1 2022 results, revealing a positive performance across all countries where it operates, Colombia, Poland, and Portugal. Sales performance Jerónimo Martins’ consolidated sales increased by 15.2% to €5.5 bn compared to Q1 2021. Group EBITDA increased by 15.5% to €372m, a strong first quarter considering high and increasing inflation across all operating ma...
25 April 2022
Since the launch of Shell Café in April 2021 in the Netherlands , the concept has been rolled out to other markets. We highlight the latest developments and explain what can be learned. Shell Café available in more than 10 markets  The Shell Café concept has been launched in the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Poland, Hungary, Ukraine, Czech Republi...
29 March 2022
Les Mousquetaires reported its total net sales, excluding fuel sales, rose 1.8% to €35.28 bn. Including fuel, the company said total sales net sales increased by 7.2% to €45.28 bn. The organisation’s retail division drove growth, with its Agromousquetaires agri-food division enjoying a sales increase of 0.4%, to €4.2 bn. Grocery banners see sales breach €30 bn mark (excluding fuel) Les Mous...
22 March 2022
As Biedronka looks to expand its quick commerce service in Poland and Tesco is growing the coverage for its ecommerce store in the Czech Republic, we round up news from the region. Biedronka evolves strategy for ‘digital convenience’-focused future… Poland-based trade publication Wiadomosci Handlowe has reported that Biedronka is expanding its Biek quick commerce delivery solution, which ...
17 March 2022
German drugstore chain, Rossmann reported a successful financial year in 2021 as its group sales increase 8.1% to €11.1 bn. Germany continues to lead growth Germany remained the leading growth driver for the group as sales increased by 8.2% to €7.9 bn (2020: €7.3 bn). Its international operations also experienced growth with sales up by 7.8% to €3.2 bn (2020: €3.1 bn). It ended the fi...
10 March 2022
Jerónimo Martins has announced its FY2021 results, revealing a positive performance across all countries where it operates, Colombia, Poland, and Portugal. Positive sale growth Jerónimo Martins saw sales grow 8.3% to €20.9 bn in 2021, with like-for-like (LFL) sales rising 8.0%. The retailer revealed the positive results were supported by the cumulative effect of all banners and their drive ...
03 March 2022
Poland’s leading retailer Biedronka and the Jeronimo Martins group were among the first retailers to react to the Ukraine crisis. Netto Poland and Circle K are also supporting refugees entering the country. All these retailers are showing their support during this difficult time for the people of Ukraine. Donation of €7 million for humanitarian aid Jeronimo Martins announced it will donate ...
25 February 2022
Auchan Retail reported its turnover was down by 1%, to €30.5 bn, or by 2.2% on a like-for-like basis. The retailer said its results were impacted by continued challenges in France, while following strong growth in 2020, Auchan’s results in 2021 in Spain and Portugal ‘ suffered by comparison ’. France: total sales down 2.6%, down 4.6% on a like-for-like basis Auchan’s hypermarkets continued ...
24 February 2022
As SberMarket announces its full year results and its parent company Sber and X5 discuss their on-going cooperation, we round up news about grocery ecommerce from across the region. SberMarket tripled turnover in 2021 in Russia… SberMarket, which is part of the Sber ecosystem, reported its turnover tripled to RUB58.6 bn (US$732.8m) in 2021, including VAT and excluding promotions. The comp...
17 February 2022
As Zabka rolls out its Nano concept and Studenac acquires another retailer in Croatia, we round up news from the region. Studenac continues acquisition spree in Croatia Following the acquisition of Pemo, which has already received regulatory approval, Studenac has become Croatia’s largest retailer by store count. Pemo operated nearly 40 stores and so its purchase by Studenac will take the l...