Nisa-Today's is gearing up to take advantage of what it believes are major opportunities for expansion in the independent sector, despite the multiples' entry into c-stores, according to new managing director of central distribution services, John Sharpe.
He said its Premier Service ­ the six days a week temperature-controlled delivery service which serves stores in the north of England and the Midlands ­ would be rolled out to 70 more stores next month and further expansion was in the pipeline.
Sharpe said the group was also reviewing the range of products that it delivered to retailers in an attempt to provide for all of their needs.
He added: "We need to gain from our members every last possible case of product to ensure that central distribution becomes our members' one-stop shop for all requirements across the board."

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