Colruyt Reopens 'New-Generation' Store In Liège
Belgian retailer Colruyt has announced that it has reopened the doors of its Rue Grétry store in Liège, following a few weeks of renovation work.
The store has been completely rearranged and restyled into a new-generation Colruyt store. The doors were opened on Wednesday, May 17.
Store manager Steve Albert said, “Customers can now shop even more efficiently in a more congenial store. For instance, we have replaced the plastic flaps at the entrance of the fresh products department by an air curtain. When making renovations, we always aim at simplicity and the lowest costs, as our customers expect of us."
The refurbishment includes a brand new butcher’s department. Commenting on the new addition, head butcher Olivier Bertrand said, "Our customers have a nice overview of the range of meat, cold cuts and salads. And they can see the butchers at work in an open workshop. Customers can easily talk to them if they have questions or special orders."
In the midst of the new layout and additions to the store, the newly modelled store has kept its Collect&Go pick-up point.
"Collect&Go is Colruyt Group's handy online shopping service.” Albert said. “Customers send their shopping list to collectandgo.be or via the app, and the Collect&Go employees have their products ready at the pick-up point on the day and time of their choice."
At the beginning of May, Colruyt announced the reopening of its store in Jemappes, Belgium, following a similar renovation project.
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