Lidl launches Czech e-shop

Lidl launches Czech e-shop

Published at: 2017-09-12 11:15 | Author: CIJ Journal
Lidl is testing its own e-shop in the Czech Republic. For now, the discount supermarket chain operator has opened the e-shop only to its staff and their families. Lidl intends to make the e-shop available to the public this fall. The chain will sell only consumer goods, not food, online and will deliver purchases within three days. This is the fourth e-shop for Lidl and its first in the CEE region. Lidl e-shops are available in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany and all are served from the distribution center Lidl opened in Pilsen in November 2016.

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