METRO Wholesale Myanmar plans to open showroom in Mandalay
YANGON (Eleven Media Group/ANN) - METRO Myanmar aims at becoming a market leader in the domestic market that can help promote cooperation and sustainable development in economic enterprise.
METRO Wholesale Myanmar, the first-ever foreign wholesale company, is planning to open the saleroom in Mandalay, said Mr. Jens Michel, CEO of METRO Wholesale Myanmar.
The showroom was open in Yangon on September 30.
METRO Myanmar aims at becoming a market leader in the domestic market that can help promote cooperation and sustainable development in economic enterprise. We provide hotels, restaurants, and catering and received good remarks from the customers from trade. We are proud of them and delighted to the service provided to more customers in Yangon, Mandalay and Nay Pyi Taw. We are planning to open another showroom in Mandalay, said Mr. Jens Michel, CEO of METRO Wholesale Myanmar.
Jens Michel, CEO of METRO Wholesale Myanmar Ltd, reaffirmed the firm’s commitment to becoming the market leader in Myanmar, through fostering relationships, entrepreneurship and sustainable business. He pledged the firm would never stop learning, and would be accountable for both success and failures.
Central to the wholesale operations in Myanmar is a 5,800-square-metre warehouse in Thilawa where incoming goods are stored and packed in compliance with food safety standards for delivery to customers. Currently, customers across the country can select from over 2,000 products through the firm’s digital platforms including its website and mobile application.Goods are delivered through a third-party logistics service provider with a fleet of temperature-controlled trucks.