Al-Azizia Panda United is aggressively expanding its geographic coverage of Saudi Arabian cities year-on-year in order to gain as wide a consumer base as possible. The company launched six new outlets in Saudi Arabia in 2013 alone. Such expansion in outlets increased Al-Azizia’s number of customers by 5%, and it achieved 91 million sales transactions in 2012. With the newly launched outlets, Al-Azizia is now present in 33 cities in Saudi Arabia.
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Summary 1 Al-Azizia Panda United Inc: Key Facts
Summary 2 Al-Azizia Panda United Inc: Operational Indicators
Summary 3 Al-Azizia Panda United Inc: Share of Sales Generated by Internet Retailing
Summary 4 Al-Azizia Panda United Inc: Private Label Portfolio
Summary 5 Al-Azizia Panda United Inc: Competitive Position 2013
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