Dec 10 2012
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Nesto opens its biggest hypermarket in Saudi Arabia
Nesto is well known for the best quality products for lowest price in the city. They have added more value for customers' spending by offering various promotions and discounts throughout its life in the kingdom since inception. Its managing director said this will be the favorite hypermarket in the region after inauguration.
Gardenia Mall is the Largest Shopping Mall in the region and features a big food court, ample car parking facility, various international brands outlets, prayer rooms and special facilities for women and children.
Nesto offers 250,000 square feet of shopping area. SAPTCO, the central bus terminus of Riyadh city is very near and they say they have plans to make special offers and promotions continuously to cater to the needs of the customers. "We are glad to serve the new location with the best quality and service, we have very wide category of products and services to offer and the price will be competitive," the Saudi operations manager said.
The hypermarket will have a big hot food and bakery section for ready to eat foods, imported fruits and vegetable fresh foods, delicatessen, fishery and butchery sections. The department store will comprise fashion wear, leather goods, electronics, household and show pieces sections.
Dignitaries will inaugurate the hypermarket this Wednesday. Nesto Group is part of Western International Management LLC based in Dubai with a turnover of $1.4 billion. Geepas is the flagship brand of the group and other leading brands are Younglife, Brandzone, Royalford, Clarkford, etc... In Saudi Arabia, the group has plans of SR1 billion investment in next five years.
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