Vkusville stores without vendors and cash registers are planned to open in Moscow
2021-11-18 02:19

Vkusville stores without vendors and cash registers are planned to open in Moscow

"Vkusville intends to launch stores without cash desks and salespeople. The first outlet may open at the exit from Delovoy Tsentr MCC station in Moscow City, Kommersant reported citing the company's press service.

The store confirmed to the newspaper that they are testing the technology now, but did not disclose the details of the project.

Entrepreneur Andrei Krivenko founded the Vkusvill grocery store chain in Moscow in 2012. Initially the company worked under the Izbenka brand.

Now the chain has more than 1.35 thousand stores in 56 cities of the country and two stores in the Netherlands.

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Author: Ksenia Gustova