A dense and highly frequented network

With top locations, Valora is close to customers on the move. This is thanks to the impressive network of outlets at highly frequented sites.

In 1919, Valora’s sales outlets still totalled 130. Today, Valora operates more than 2,800 points of sale in Europe, underscoring its evolution into a leading convenience and food service provider. The network of top locations has grown over the years and today represents one of the cornerstones of Valora’s success.

The core business of Valora is to provide its customers with a comprehensive convenience and food offering at those places where they frequently find themselves on the move. In order to be close to its customers, Valora is active at the best locations: at train stations, airports and transport hubs as well as at inner-city sites and shopping malls. In addition to fresh, innovative products and services, a quick service and long opening hours, this is a decisive factor for Valora’s success.

The optimisation and further expansion of this network will remain a focus of the Valora Group going forward, as demonstrated by the retailer in 2017 with the acquisition of BackWerk. An efficient and sustainable network of outlets benefits Valora and its partners – and, above all, also its customers.

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