Al Meera Consumer Goods Company has announced the completion and near-term implementation of plans and projects to revamp and renovate its space across its growing network of branches in Qatar.
The announcement comes in line with Al Meera’s “increasing focus” on improving and advancing its consumer journey experience that is backed by a stringent set of product and service quality control and assurance benchmarks and processes.
Al Meera’s branches in Wakra, Khalifa South, Mansoura, Bin Omran, Hazm Al Markhiya, Azghawa, Mamoura, and Géant Hypermarket in Hyatt Plaza have already completed internal renovation, which encompasses refrigeration, shelving, and flooring, among others.
Also slated for internal renovation by end of this year and into 2016 are the Shamal, Al Mirqab, Gharafat Al Rayyan, Dahl Al Hamam, Rawdat El Khail, Onaiza 2, Shahaniya, Jumailiya, Ghuwairiya, and Kaaban branches.
Al Meera has also revamped the façade of its Hazm Al Markhiya branch, with tenders currently under process for the Shamal, Wakra, Bin Omran, Mansoura, Jumailiya, Dahl Al Hamam, Rawda El Khail, Onaiza 2, Azghawa, Mamoura, Khalifa South, and Gharafat Al Rayyan branches.
Al Meera deputy CEO Dr Mohamed Nasser al-Qahtani said: “As we continue to scale and expand our operations across Qatar, both opportunities and challenges for our business grow at a remarkable pace and weight. We have vowed to continuously improve our customer experience and have adhered, since our establishment, to world-class standards of service delivery and excellence.”
He added: “In line with our expanding footprint in the local market, we fully realise that we must intensify and reiterate our efforts to ensure that quality control and standardisation processes across our network of branches are consistent but also continuously enhanced and developed at the service of our growth, customers and communities in which we operate.”
Al Meera’s renovation project comes on the heels of its strategic footprint expansion in Qatar, which was marked by several branch openings across residential and commercial hubs in the country.
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