Auchan opens first Auchan GO self-service store in Poland
The Polish arm of French supermarket chain Auchan has introduced its first self service store in Poland.
Situated in Warsaw, the new cashier-free Auchan GO shop is open 24/7 and aims to offer customers a quick and seamless way to shop.
The new format offers more than 1,000 products, including drinks and snacks, bread, dairy products, frozen food, BIO products and delicatessen items. Other categories include meat, cold cuts and fruit.
Poland is the first market where the Auchan Go concept is fully operational following successful trials in France. Auchan has partnered with Trigo on the advanced AI-powered solution used in the store.
Katarzyna Tokarewicz, director of transformation and projects at Auchan Polska, said: “The Auchan GO concept is the latest of our solutions that we introduce to provide our customers with unparalleled comfort and a highly personalised shopping experience.
“We are constantly observing how the needs of today’s consumers change dynamically, hence the large variety of shopping paths we offer and our focus on combining digital solutions with new concepts of brick-and-mortar stores.”
With an area of 75 square metres, Auchan GO in Poland is the smallest of Auchan’s retail formats. Auchan Polska is planning to open around 40 outlets of this type over the next few years.
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