Monday 25th Mar 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Tesco’s business plans will impact 9,000 jobs

Tesco is to introduce a series of changes across its stores as it aims to “further simplify” the business which will include the closure of counters in 90 stores, a move to self-serve hot food in colleague kitchens, less layout changes and a simpler way of managing stock, impacting an estimated 9,000 jobs.

Christmas sales growth for Tesco

Like-for-like sales in the UK grew by 1.2 per cent in 19-week period to 5 January 2019 whilst Booker grew by 9.6 per cent.

Winners and losers in the grocery market

Grocery sales rose 3.2 per cent £26.3 billion in the 12 weeks to 7th October driven by strong growth at the discounters and online specialist Ocado.

Tesco takes on discounters with Jack’s

Tesco has set its sights on the discounters, Aldi and Lidl, with the launch of Jack’s, a new discount format named after the retailer’s founder Jack Cohen.

Tesco plans ‘new format’ stores

Tesco has started advertising for staff for a number of “new format” stores, leading to speculation that is planning to go head to head with discounters Aldi and Lidl.

Tesco and Carrefour form alliance

Food retailers Tesco and Carrefour are to enter into a long-term strategic alliance which covers the strategic relationship with suppliers, joint purchasing of own brand products and goods not for resale via a three-year operational framework to improve competitiveness.

More retailers join green supply chain initiative

Retailers Tesco, Target and CVS Health have joined Walmart in collecting data from suppliers to reduce environmental risk and cut carbon emissions in the supply chain, according to latest figures from CDP, the climate research group.