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Metro Cash & Carry plans to open store in Belagavi

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METRO operates in 35 countries and employs more than 150,000 people worldwide entered the Indian market in 2003 and recently opened its smallest store in Tumakuru and as per the Deccan Herald in the process of setting up new stores in Hubballi, Mysuru, Mangaluru and Belagavi over the next one year, a top company official said.


Arvind Mediratta, Managing Director, Metro Cash and Carry India said we are now looking at opening smaller stores in Tier-3 and Tier-4 cities and towns.

METRO Cash & Carry India’s core customers include small retailers and kirana stores, hotels, restaurants and caterers (HoReCa), corporates, SMEs, all types of offices, companies and institutions, as well as self-employed professionals. Only business customers are allowed to purchase at METRO, all of them duly registered and provided with a customer registration card.

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METRO Cash & Carry India offers close to 7,000 world-class products across a multitude of categories – such as fruits & vegetables, general grocery, dairy, frozen & bakery products, fish & meat, confectionery, detergents & cleaning supplies, health & beauty products, media & electronics, household goods and apparel – all under one roof, and at transparent, low wholesale prices.

This helps us improve our customers’ offerings, while providing them with a reliable supply source. Analyzing the local requirements, a large percentage of the goods are sourced locally and are tailor-made to meet the specific demands of the region.

3 thoughts on “Metro Cash & Carry plans to open store in Belagavi”

  1. It is strange, but a fact. Belagavi has witnessed the arrival of falgship brand stores, trending food chains and restaurants. On the flip side though, there’s no sign of a IT giant or others alike, to which these options cater to. Care taker minister(s) are more often seen busy in either throwing tantrums or plotting to overthrow the government. It’s high time the so called IT park in Belagavi be utilized. It wasn’t meant to be a grazing ground, which it is now. Metro should bring some hope, hopefully.

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  2. IT people have come after losing jobs or WFH types to pandemic. They are there but invisible. In the world there are other industries / jobs than IT alone.

    Again look at the brighter side there are other industries than IT alone. Belgaum can be hub for good organic vegetables, provided our people start to use electric – assist bicycles so that pollution does not degrade quality of our produce. We can sell better quality produce to the nearby city / districts/ states.

    Summer of 2020, there was huge demand of raw jackfruit from America, our area produces large quantity of jackfruit in season. Processing plants of large scale meet export demand and also to enhance the shelf life of produce.

    Educational institutions, they are suffering due to pandemic. Why can’t we use same faculty and facility to develop world-class tele-education network.

    Hospitals, try to get more sickness relief seekers from across the world, use facility to maximum extent to provide affordable to citizens of surrounding areas.

    I can go on….

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