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Woolworths has released Q3 results for the 13 weeks to 5 April 2020, with sales up 10.7% to AU$16,495m (US$10,797m) and positive growth across all continuing operations. Despite a slow start, the coronavirus pandemic drove a surge in grocery demand and boosted its sales for Q3.

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Woolworths has doubled its capacity for online grocery deliveries in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Preparing for lasting increases to online sales An additional 5,000 third-party couriers will join Woolworths' 800 delivery trucks to deliver online orders to homes. This will enable the retailer to offer more delivery windows from the end of this week. A new temporary 7,000...
Coundown has launched its first darkstore in Auckland, helping the retailer meet the growing demand for ecommerce in the country's largest city. New centre will meet rapidly growing demand Even before the Coronavirus (COVID-19) surge in demand for online grocery deliveries, New Zealand was experiencing some rapid growth in the online channel. The new 8,800 sq m darkstore in Penrose will hel...
Woolworths has released its H1 2020 results with sales from continuing operations up 6.0% to AU$32,410m and EBIT after significant items up 24.2% to AU$1,762m. Australia Food sales up 6.4% to AU$21,200m The impressive growth was underpinned by a 5.1% increase in LFL sales and driven by both transaction growth and an increase in items per basket. Sales were supported by two strong promotiona...

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