Food and liquor up, petrol down.
Coles’ Down Down campaign that has been winning over customers is expanding in its Coles Express stores.
Coles is expected to create more than 4,000 jobs in the next financial year as part of a $300 million investment in around 150 new and improved supermarkets, liquor and Coles Express stores across the country.
Coles Express has deployed an integrated software suite from Retalix at its headquarters and its 625 convenience and shell-braded fuel stores across the country.
The five-year agreement will see Customers provide ATM hardware and software, ongoing maintenance, cash servicing, branding and 24-hour technical support to Coles Express.
A Coles Express in Windsor, NSW is being used as a test site by the supermarket giant to allow customers to pick-up their online grocery orders from its petrol station.
Coles Express has been named Major Retailer of the Year by the Australasian Association of Convenience Stores.