Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets plans to expand its geographic presence by focusing on markets other than the central region of Saudi Arabia, through which it generates 73% of its revenue. It plans to do so by opening around 150 more outlets in the next 10 years, improving the quality and shelf-life of products through investment in bigger warehouses and storage facilities, as well as acquiring its own fleet of vehicles for distribution purposes.
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Summary 1 Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets Co: Key Facts
Summary 2 Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets Co: Operational Indicators
Summary 3 Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets Co: Share of Sales Generated by Internet Retailing
Summary 4 Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets Co: Private Label Portfolio
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