86 Purchasing groups - filtered by Retail group, >2000 M€

The extreme discount stores chain is operating through the United states and Canada.The chain differenciates itself thanks to specific discount prices. Any item costs $1,00 or less.Dollar Tree offers its customer 3 main products groups:consumable merchandise (food, health & beauty, household)variety...

Buying Offices: Nocibe France

Douglas Holding, one of the major company in the beauty sector of the European continent, finds its origins in Scotland. Founded in 1821, and represented at that time by a first perfumery and soap factory, the leading company is now accountable for 1900 stores in 19 european countries.Douglas is ...

Buying Offices: Dunnes Stores Ireland

Dunnes Stores is an icon in Ireland, tracing back to its first clothing store, which opened in 1944 in County Cork. This family owned business has evolved over the years into a mass merchandiser, combining a unique blend of groceries, textiles, and home wares. Its popularity in offering low prices ...

EDEKA traces its roots back to 1898. Today, it is the number one food retailer in Germany (25% market share), the third largest discounter in Germany and one of the largest cooperatives in Europe.Its network, serviced by 38 warehouses, crosses three tiers: EDEKA Zentrale, seven regional companies ...

Intermarché group (or ITM Entreprises SA), part of the non-trading retailing cooperative Les Mousquetaires, is the third French retailer present in 4 European countries and owning a 7% market share. The group operates more than 3500 outlets in Europe from which up to 75% are supermarkets – format...

Buying Offices: Sainsbury's UK, Sainsbury's Asia

J Sainsbury also known as Sainsbury’s is a supermarket chain in the United Kingdom having 16,9% market share. Since its humble beginning in 1869 as a shop, the company has come a long way and has now 3 segments:Sainsbury’s SupermarketsSainsbury’s BankSainbury’s ArgosThe company along with ...

Buying Offices: Waitrose United Kingdom

The John Lewis Partnership oversees 45 John Lewis department stores (all full line except a smaller scale John Lewis At Home outlet), 314 Waitrose supermarkets, and 30 Waitrose convenience stores in England, Scotland and Wales. Their partnership also operates some textile manufacturing facilities...

Jumbo Supermarkets (or simply Jumbo) is the second retailer of the Netherlands holding a market share of 17.9%. The group, owned by the Van Eerd family, operates a display of more than 700 outlets throughout the Netherlands and has recently created an online shop, thus catching up with its main ...

Buying Offices: Jumbo Netherlands

Jumbo Supermarkten is the 2nd largest supermarket in the Netherlands with almost 600 stores.The stores differentiate from competition through a EDLP (Everyday low prices) strategy combined with offering the biggest assortment and the best service. Together with these stores and the online web shop,...

Buying Offices: Kerry Ireland

'Kerry foods' is a public limited retail group company having forty years of history of exceptional success now as it got established in 1972 in Ireland (Listowel) headquartered in 'Tralee', Ireland. They have became a dynamics in the food and beverage markets internationally. Their ...