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Reitangruppen, which operates the discount banner REMA 1000 in Norway and Denmark, as well as a variety of convenience banners in the Nordics and Baltics, is rebranding, restructuring and exploring listing on the stock market. We consider this and how a listing may help fuel the retailer's growth ambitions. Its REMA 1000 banner is the fastest growing discounter in Denmark, while it remains the biggest convenience store operator in the Nordics and Baltics too.

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Reitangruppen has reported its 2018 results, with REMA 1000 discount turnover increasing by 4.8% to €7.3bn, while Reitan Convenience turnover increased by 1.4% to €1.7bn. REMA 1000 turnover increased by 4.8% to NOK 70.2bn (€7.3bn) REMA 1000 turnover including franchises increased by 4.8% to NOK 70.2bn (€7.3bn). Operating profit increased by NOK 243m to NOK 1.9bn (€197.9m), which represents ...
We round up the latest developments from leading Nordic retailers as they invest in supermarkets, convenience, online and foodservice. Norway: NorgesGruppen’s MENY tailors formats with 'Gourmet' and 'Urban' offer NorgesGruppen’s MENY supermarket banner is launching two new internal classifications for its MENY supermarket banner. Internally, formats will be classifed as 'Gourmet' and 'U...
Retailers continue to invest in private label, with recent enhancements across different tiers including entry level, premium, organic and ethical ranges. We round up six of the latest innovations across the region, featuring activity from Tesco, Coop Sverige, REMA 1000, Jumbo, Carrefour and Sonae MC. 1. Tesco unveils Jack’s private label range in new discount format Tesco has introduced ...

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