Globus planning home delivery for Prague

Globus planning home delivery for Prague

Published at: 2020-02-06 10:36 | Author: CIJEurope.com
The hypermarket operator Globus is reportedly preparing to launch a home delivery service for groceries, though it would only be available in Prague, at least initially. E15 quotes an anonymous source as saying that the e-shop is to be launched next year, but the company refused to confirm the information. Globus has a Click & Go service, which allows customers to shop on-line and pick up their goods later at the store. Of the traditional grocery networks, only Tesco offers home delivery, a segment that's dominated by the online-only players Rohlik.cz and Kosik.cz

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