New deal sees Lulu use GWC's Qatar infrastructure

Lulu set to use Gulf Warehousing Company's 15,000sq.m facility.
Lulu Hypermarket and Gulf Warehousing Company executives exchanging contract documents
Lulu Hypermarket and Gulf Warehousing Company executives exchanging contract documents

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LuLu Hypermarket has signed a contract with Gulf Warehousing Company (GWC), which sees the firm utilising GWC’s Logistics Village Qatar (LVQ) facility.

The hypermarket will run its consolidated warehousing operations from the 15,000sq. metre facility, managing inbound, pick/pack and delivery services to all outlets in the country.

Mohamed Althaf, LuLu regional director (Qatar & Egypt), said: “This facility will enable us consolidate our operations and we will also benefit from the economies of proximity with our suppliers.”

GWC will support the hypermarket’s supply chain innovation programme from the LVQ facility.

LuLu operates 93 hypermarkets and stores in almost all major cities of the GCC region, Yemen and Egypt.

The company serves more than 435,000 shoppers a day.

 

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