Carrefour Belgium brings its convenience stores in Brussels metro and train stations
Offering is combining shopping practicality with customer mobility
To forge ever closer relationships with its customers, Carrefour Belgium has expanded its convenience store network with the opening of two new Carrefour Express stores. They will allow the Group to provide a tailored offering combining shopping practicality with customer mobility.
Two new Carrefour Express stores opened in the space of a week this August: the first in the “Delta” metro station in Brussels, the second at the heart of the “Gare de l’Ouest” mainline train station. The stores are managed by two former Group employees, now franchisees of the banner.
Like all Carrefour Express stores, these new stores will ideally tailor their offering to the needs of passing consumers. They offer a wide selection of ready-to-eat meal solutions to be eaten any time of the day (ready-cooked meals, snacks, etc.), and as well as meats, poultry, fish and fresh vegetables for the evening meal. The wide choice of products also includes fresh orange juice, bread, pastries, sandwiches made on the premises, a coffee/soup machine and bunches of flowers along with “essential” grocery and pharmacy items.
Benefiting from extensive opening hours (seven days a week, 6am to 8pm or 10pm), these stores make it quick and easy for customers to do their shopping in a pleasant environment.