Montenegrin supermarket chain Voli to enter Serbian market?

The largest Montenegrin supermarket chain, Voli, plans to enter the Serbian market, the Retail Serbia website unofficially finds out.

The largest Montenegrin supermarket chain Voli opened yet another hypermarket in Zeta, Montenegro in late 2020. Spanning 1,600 square metres, the supermarket sells close to 10,000 items. As part of the new hypermarket, the TAKE & GO service is also available to customers. The new hypermarket has 150 parking spaces and employs 50 workers.

With more than 60 retail outlets in 27 locations, Voli is today the largest retail chain in Montenegro.

Unofficial sources confirm that Voli plans to enter the Serbian retail market soon. Apart from Serbia, the company also examined other markets in the region. There is no official confirmation from Voli as yet about this move.

To remind, Voli recently told Podgorica-based daily, Vijesti, that it was planning to expand its network of supermarkets and enter the regional market.

Voli also has a distribution centre in Podgorica, spanning 16,000 square metres, plus, as of recently, an online store with close to 4,500 items.

(eKapija, 07.01.2021)

https://www.ekapija.com/news/3132719/lanac-marketa-voli-ulazi-na-trziste-srbije

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