Reitangruppen is more solid than ever. Total turnover in 2015 was 85.6 billion NOK, an increase of 4 billion from 2014. ”Thanks to talented people with strong values and aspirations… Read more »
Reitan Convenience is preparing for a new fast dining concept for travel points, called Northland. Stavanger train station and the extension at Oslo Airport will have the four first units.
The future belongs to the convenience stores – and the Nordic countries might be world leaders by Reitan Convenience. “People do not buy a hot dog online. We are specialists in impulse products,… Read more »
Reitan Group will offer all its store customers to pay using their mobile phone. The service should be available in over a thousand REMA 1000, Narvesen- and 7-Eleven stores by the… Read more »
Magnus Reitan, CEO of Reitan Convenience, has been named the 2015 NACS Insight European Convenience Industry Leader of the Year. ”It’s great that we as Norwegian business get internationally recognized as one… Read more »
Reitan Group says they might be the largest convenience store operator in Europe within a few years. Right now they are a billion EUR behind Shell as number two.
Net income for 2014 shows that Reitangruppen is more solid than ever. Totalomsetningen was 82 billion NOK, an increase of 5 billion from 2013. The last ten years Reitangruppen tripled the operating… Read more »
Sweden is the only Nordic country with the weakest discount wave in the food trade. But Rema 1000, available in both Norway and Denmark with great success, has no plans to test the market…. Read more »
Logistics company DHL Express and Reitan Convenience today signed an agreement giving Norwegian consumers the opportunity to collect express deliveries at the convenience stores of Narvesen, 7-Eleven and Shell / 7-Eleven.
They run the show in Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Baltics. Now Reitan Convenience is waiting for the right opportunity to pass Shell as Europes biggest convenience chain actor. ”We can’t just… Read more »