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Driving sales: The Warehouse to bring back drive-through shopping

Rebecca Stevenson
Tue, 15 Sep 2020

Rebecca Stevenson
Tue, 15 Sep 2020
The Warehouse will permanently introduce drive-through shopping at its stores.Justus Wilde, chief executive of The Warehouse e-commerce platform TheMarket, said the listed retailer would look to build permanent drive-through “installations” across its physical store network after the success of the model through New Zealand’s lockdowns.The retailer first brought in temporary drive-through collection in April for The Warehouse and TheMarket goods at four Auckland stores, Albany, Westgate, Royal Oak and Manukau.It also brought i...

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