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Berli Jucker Plc (BJC), the operator of Big C, plans to allocate THB8-10bn (US$254m-US$318m) this year to expand its business.

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Big C, operated by Berli Jucker, has set aside THB6.5bn (US$214m) to expand in Thailand and overseas. Confidence in domestic market The retailer will invest THB5.5bn (US$181.3m) in Thailand to open five to seven new Big C hypermarkets and 300 to 400 mini Big C stores in 2020. Another THB500m (US$16.5m) will be spent on IT facilities. It will also be studying the feasibility of opening “town...
Berli Jucker (BJC), operator of Big C in Thailand, reports a decline in total consolidated revenue of 0.1% for Q3 2019. Decline attributed to lower retail sales Its retail division, which consists of Big C grocery stores and Pure drugstores, recorded total sales of THB27.3bn (US$900m) for Q3 2019, a decrease of -1.4% over the same period last year. Same store sales slowed down to -4.9% year...
Big C has opened its first hypermarket in Poipet, Cambodia. Soft opening on 5 th October Poipet is a town on the Thai-Cambodian border with more than 200,000 people. There are an increasing number of casinos, hotels, commercial centres and residential developments. The hypermarket sits on a plot of land of 25,000 sq m. The opening event drew many shoppers on its first day. It targets low t...
Berli Jucker, operator of Big C, reports revenue of THB30.9bn (US$979m), gaining THB1.6bn (US$50.5m) over the same period last year. Solid growth due to expansion The revenue growth is driven by continued store network expansion with 27 Mini Big C in the quarter. 13 convenience stores were closed. By the end of March 2019, the retailer has 147 hypermarkets, 61 supermarkets, 797 Mini Big C a...

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