Tamimi Markets opens new store in Riyadh’s Diplomatic Quarter

The new DQ store is Tamimi Markets’ 42nd store in Riyadh and 81st nationally

  
Image used for illustrative purpose A view shows the Ritz-Carlton hotel in the diplomatic quarter of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, November 5, 2017. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser

Image used for illustrative purpose A view shows the Ritz-Carlton hotel in the diplomatic quarter of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, November 5, 2017. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser

REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser
Saudi Arabia - Tamimi Markets announced the official grand opening of its newest store in the Diplomatic Quarter of Riyadh. Attending the event was His Highness Prince Abdulaziz bin Talal bin Abdulaziz, Ambassador Ludovic Pouille of France, Ambassador Ole E. Moesby of Denmark, DQ Executive Director Noble Franklin Coker, members of the DQ’s diplomatic staff, executives and excited DQ residents. Tamimi ownership and executive management was represented by Tamimi Markets CEO Abdul Aziz Al-Tamimi, General Manager Bobby Rajendran, Tamimi Holding SVP Finance & Investment Fawaz Al-Tamimi and other senior staff members.

“Tamimi Markets is known for its wide variety of quality international products, so how perfect that we open our newest branch in the heart of the DQ’s international community,” said Abdul Aziz Tamimi.

“This stylishly unique store, designed by local Saudi architect Abdulmohsen Al Theyab, is an expression of Tamimi’s innovative spirit and commitment to serving our communities with quality fresh foods from around the world,” said Rajendran.

“The opening of our DQ Tamimi Market is the most recent example of strengthening the fabric of the community through partnering with organizations that embrace innovative design and deliver the highest quality of products and services. We welcome the addition of the DQ Tamimi Market to our very special community!” said Coker.

The new DQ store is Tamimi Markets’ 42nd store in Riyadh and 81st nationally. Tamimi Markets rapid expansion aims to achieve 150 stores by the end of 2025. “We just replaced our original Safeway US distribution center last month in Dammam, have a relatively new facility here in Riyadh and plan to open our new state of the art distribution center in the west in early 2022. These supply chain investments support our rapid growth plans for the west, northern markets, in Riyadh and the Eastern Province,” said Rajendran. “Our customers tell us that we have a superior store and they love our unique items. We just need to be in more places, and our growth plans now reflect that.”

“Tamimi Markets has internationally recognized high standards for quality, cleanliness and friendly service, but we have also earned a solid reputation for great value,” said Rajendran. “Our Tamimi Markets since 1979’ brand will help shoppers to save even more.”

Shoppers are also invited to sign up for Tamimi Markets Themari loyalty program. It’s free to join and offers cash back by awarding points on purchases and offering exclusive deals for its loyalty members. Our exclusive brands offer great value with Safeway US (Signature Select, O Organic, Lucerne), Costco USA (Kirkland Signature) and Sainsbury’s UK,” said Rajendran.

Tamimi Markets is one of the Kingdom’s fastest growing supermarket chains. “We are a Saudi family, proudly serving the families of Saudi Arabia with fresh, safe, healthy foods – and a smile, for over 40 years” said Abdulaziz Tamimi. “We look forward to proudly serving the Diplomatic Quarter community for many years to come.”

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