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Khimji’s Mart opens new outlet in Mawaleh North
Times News Service
February 25, 2013 , 7 : 55 pm GST
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The new concept flagship store covers an area of 3,500 square feet, and is part of the group’s retail expansion plans. Photo — Supplied picture
Khimji's Mart, the largest supermarket chain in the Sultanate, added one more jewel to its crown by recently opening its 27th store in Al Mawaleh North. The new concept flagship store, inaugurated by Adil Ghouse and Mrs. Kanak Khimji covers an area of 3,500 square feet, and is part of the group's retail expansion plans, said a company release.
Located near The Wave Muscat, the store provides wide-ranging variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, bakery items, food on go, butchery and sea food, including chilled and frozen food.
It is also equipped with an extensiv e selection of both grocery and non-food products. Speaking on the launch, Devendra Kumar, Divisional Manager CPG Retail, Khimji's Mart, said, "We are delighted to introduce this unique concept store to all our customers across the Muscat region, especially to the residents of Al Mawaleh and Al Hail. Vibrant designs and vivid colours personify this outlet's brand new style. We invite our customers to come and experience firsthand the affable ambiance and genuine service. This store will be open from 9am until 11pm every day."
At Khimji's Mart, 'customer first' is not just a slogan; it is a continuous process to create unparalleled customer satisfaction. The division lays strong emphases on Omanisation, and recruits most of its staff from the local community.
Aptly called 'your friendly neighbourhood store,' Khimji's Mart
lives up to its reputation for offering a wide range of product lines at reasonable prices that are sought by a majority of consumers in the Sultanate.
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