Tesco has starting offering a home shopping service in Warsaw, Poland. The service will be rolled out to other Polish cities by the end of 2012.
Customers can order their grocery shopping online and have it delivered from a number of stores in Warsaw. The service is currently offering 17,000 products to shoppers. Shoppers in Wroclaw will be able to avail of the service by the end of this month. The service will be available in up to eight other cities by year end.
Orders are picked in stores with customers receiving their orders the day after it was placed online. Vehicles are equipped with refrigerators and freezers that are chilled to -18°C. There are two-hour delivery windows from 10am and 10pm daily.
With products being priced the same as those available in store, shopper don’t need to worrying that they’re missing out on changing pricing intelligence due to inadequate price monitoring online. The delivery charge is a lowly 98 grozny (19p).
French retailer Auchan has been offering online shopping to customers in Warsaw for the past year.
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