Jan Linders news

03 February 2020
Ahold Delhaize-owned Albert Heijn has reported a solid growth in 2019. Separately, Jan Linders revealed an increase in sales of 6.5% in 2019. Meanwhile, Sligro food group aims to develop its 2020 performance. Albert Heijn reveals a promising 2019 Albert Heijn announced a strong performance in 2019, after adapting its strategy to meet further shoppers demands. Marit van Egmond, Albert Heijn’...
31 July 2019
We look at the latest results posted by Netherlands-based Sligro and Jan Linders. Sligro: weak H1 sales… Sligro reported a slight sales increase of 0.4% to €1.14bn (US$1.27bn) in H1 2019. However, operating profit and net profit fell by 43.3% to €18m (US$20m) and 48.7% to €13m (US$14.5m) respectively. The retailer attributes this to the tough economic conditions in the Netherlands. …Due ...
08 January 2019
We round up the latest results from Netherlands-based Sligro and Jan Linders. Sligro: 9.6% growth in turnover to €2.3bn Sligro saw its turnover increase by 9.6% and its ‘other autonomous growth’ (adjusted for organic growth) reach 3.1%. The retailer attributes its growth to the acquisition of Heineken’s Dutch wholesale operations in Q4 2017. The acquisition added an additional turnover of...
20 November 2017
We round up the latest news from the Netherlands as Albert Heijn trials 15 minute delivery and plans to reopen three XL stores thus year. Elsewhere, Jumbo has committed to sustainable dairy, Lidl has opened its largest Dutch store, Aldi introduced weekend promotional campaigns and Jan Linders opened its 60th store. Albert Heijn offers 15 minute delivery… Albert Heijn is trialling fifteen mi...
21 June 2017
We round up news from the Netherlands as Albert Heijn introduces a new range for business customers and PLUS aims to help shoppers make healthy choices in cereal. We also share how Hoogvliet is opening a new concept supermarket, while Vomar nears the end of its refurbishment programme and Jan Linders focuses more on hospitality. Albert Heijn introduces new range for business customers… Alb...
12 January 2017
As Vomar points to the roll out of its price-focused format, Picnic says it is going to extend its coverage in 2017 and PLUS sets out plans to expand its organic private label range, we round up news from the Netherlands. Jan Linders enjoys strong growth in 2016 Continuing the announcement of full year results, regional chain Jan Linders has said that its sales rose 5.4% in 2016, to reach €...
12 August 2016
As Jan Linders publishes its full year results, PLUS looks to relaunch its private labels, Dirk van den Broek opens its first pick up point and continues to expand, we round up news from the Netherlands. Jan Linders announces FY results Jan Linders, which is based in southeastern Netherlands, has said it is gaining market share after enjoying revenue growth of 6.5% in 2015, reaching €380m, ...
21 July 2016
After PLUS, Jan Linders and Sligro announce results for differing timeframes, we look at how they are performing and see who is winning in the country. PLUS reveals positive H1 In its first half PLUS saw revenues rise 4.3% to €1.1 bn, which it said enabled it to outperform the market (which it said grew by 2.8% in the same timeframe) and saw its market share reach its highest level since 20...
14 October 2015
As Jan Linders sets out to spotlight its local buying and fresh offer, Dirk van den Broek appoints a new managing director, Picnic begins operating and Coop Supermarkt announces a range of developments, we round up news from the country. Jan Linders to differentiate with ‘fresh’ and ‘regional’ offer Jan Linders’s director, Leo Linders, has said the retailer is set to launch a trial store in...
12 August 2015
As Vomar spotlights the benefits of its price cuts at three trial stores, Jumbo enables shoppers to interact with it via Whatsapp and there is a new entrant in the online channel in the country, we round up the news from the Netherlands. Vomar’s trial store sees sales rise ‘over 10%’ Vomar’s trial with lower prices at three stores has been positively received by shoppers; driving footfall a...