By George Lampiris
In the creation of a new e-hub in Thessaloniki for the service of its electronic orders with a total area of 3,200 sq.m. Sklavenitis went ahead in order to strengthen its presence in e-commerce and to serve the co-capital, a fact that at the same time marks its activity with the eMarket there as well.
Sources close to the company state that the new e-hub is located in Pylea, while they point out that in total the supermarket chain has more than 60 vehicles for the service of electronic orders and has already started recruiting human resources.
It is reminded that during 2021 the company expanded the eMarket to three new areas beyond Attica (Larissa, Patras and Thessaloniki) in order to offer consumers new opportunities to supply basic goods in the electronic environment.
Gradual expansion to other cities in Greece within 2022
For 2022, the same sources point out that Sklavenitis will continue to develop its eMarket by activating it in new cities and enriching the available categories, in order to serve a gradually larger customer base.
At the moment, 10,000 consumer goods codes are available in the Sklavenitis online store, the prices of which, according to the company, are the same as those valid in the online stores. Regarding the deliveries for purchases over 30 euros, there is no charge for the transport, while these deliveries take place from Monday to Saturday from 8:00 in the morning until 22:00 in the evening. Orders are placed all days and hours of the week, with all possible payment methods that apply to the physical stores of the company (card, cash, deposit in a bank account).
Source From: Capital