Apr 13, 2017

Sainsbury's pushes ahead with Argos rollout in supermarkets

The supermarket chain, which bought Argos and Habitat for £1.4bn last year, said it was on track to roll out a further 200 Argos concessions. Argos boss John Rogers said the catalogue retailer would still maintain its High Street presence. A major reason Sainsbury's bought Argos was for its delivery network, as it looked to deliver goods to customers quicker than rivals such as Amazon. Sales in Argos concessions are growing rapidly, the company said. "It's not just about the Argos sales that we've seen go up, but Argos customers come into our stores and they also pick up a pint of milk and a sandwich," Mr Rogers said.

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