Lenta Opens New Hypermarket In St.Petersburg
Russian retail giant Lenta has launched a new, super-compact hypermarket in Krasnoe Selo, in St. Petersburg.
The store, which is Lenta's fifth new hypermarket this year, occupies a total area of 5,460 square metres, with 2,940 square metres of selling space.
The new store offers a product assortment of 12,500 SKUs, comprising private labels, federal product ranges, and local produce. The items have been specifically selected to meet the needs of the residents of Krasnoe Selo.
It has six cash registers including six self-checkout counters, and a car park that can accommodate around 117 cars.
In October of this year, the retailer posted a 0.6% decline in like-for-like sales in the third quarter of its financial year.
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