The fight about Sunday opening hours in Norway is taking comic proportions. Customers are jumping over barrier tapes in temporary limited stores as Rema 1000 is making a statement, claiming its… Read more »
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 »
Norgesgruppen’s grip of the Norwegian grocery market is firmer than ever. The market share at the end of 2015 was 41.2 percent – all chains increased. And for 2016 the… Read more »
Rema 1000’s focus on their own brands interferes with the targeted speed of growth. Sales and market shares have been standing still over the past year, according to recent figures from… Read more »
The Norwegian discount chain Rema 1000 opened Danish store number 272 in Aalborg last week. Now it changes its upper limit from 300 stores to over 400 – and gears… Read more »
Norwegian Reitan group, the second largest shareholder in Swedish Axfood, is about to divest its 15.6 percent holding – and Odd Reitan denies re-election to the Board. ”A sale increases financial… Read more »
A free planning legislation can cause a big change in Danish retail market. Rema 1000, with ambitions to open 400 more stores in Denmark might knock out local stores, but also face… Read more »
The Norwegian Rimi-chain’s conversion to Kiwi or Coop Extra-stores has boosted the sales. Managers of some of the top Rimi-stores says turnover has increased by 30 percent.
Rema 1000 CEO Henrik Burkal reveals a Danish boost in turnover of 9.2 percent in the first half of 2015. ”We have won over 0.5 percent in additional market share. So customers… Read more »
Here is a reply to Komplett’s planned entry into online groceries with Rapide. Norway’s largest grocery online store, Kolonial.no, plans a large expansion. ”Our target is to cover large parts… 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 »
Ole Robert Reitan is participating in a debate on climate with minister Tine Sundtoft during the Arendal week today. Before this he makes a public statement, demanding all government procurements to boycott food with… Read more »
The biggest competitors complained. Now Rema 1000 stops using the slogan “the country’s lowest prices” – as it can not be proven.
Rema 1000 will streamline its operations. 55 employees in Rema Sales AS will lose their jobs as the subsidiary will be gone next year. And all further recruitment is stopped.
Rema 1000 was rejected by Coop after Ica-deal. Now, the chain will still take over 20 Ica-stores by getting their hands on the leasing contracts.
Rema wants an independent analysis done by the government and criticizes the DLF-report. But Agriculture Minister Sylvi Listhaug says there is no need for a new report and Rema are… Read more »
The Norwegian grocery giants Rema 1000 and Norgesgruppen recieve sharp criticism in an NRK documentary tonight, Tuesday. Grocery chains are singled out for not working for the customers best by only letting the… Read more »
Today a NRK-documentary about the power relations and margins on the grocery market. Tomorrow morning adds DLF an analysis of competition a study of prices and margins from 2011 to 2014…. Read more »
Norway’s second largest grocery chain, Rema 1000, changes stand in the hot Norwegian debate over every day open stores. CEO Ole Robert Reitan now says yes to Sunday open stores over 100… Read more »
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 »
Last week he was accused of manipulating price comparisons. Now Rema 1000 CEO Ole Robert Reitan says he will give all customers insight and overview of the price differences between… Read more »
Grocery giants Norgesgruppen and Rema 1000 continued to increase their market share in 2014. Norgesgruppen, with supermarket chains Meny and Kiwi grew to a market share of 40.3 percent last… Read more »
A Polish discount chain checks out the Danish market outside Aarhus with what is probably the first of several stores. ”We open this week”, says the Amber store assistant Edvinas Levinas.
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 »
Ole Robert Reitan goes straight into the antibiotics debate in Norway as he takes the leading position in Norsk Kylling (Norwegian Chicken).