Carrefour announced the closing of the acquisition from Dairy Farm of 224 proximity stores in Taiwan (199 Wellcome stores with an average sales area of 420 sq. m and 25 Jasons stores with an average sales area of 820 sq. m), as well as a warehouse.
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The acquired stores will henceforth benefit from Carrefour’s commercial policy and purchasing conditions, while Wellcome will bring its recognized expertise in fresh produce and contribute to the development of food e-commerce.
Carrefour plans to convert the Wellcome stores to the market banner within the next 12 months, and then convert Jasons stores to a Carrefour premium banner.
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This transaction is part of Carrefour’s targeted acquisitions policy, which it intends to continue.