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Maxima Latvija invested EUR 1.12 mln in self-service check-out machines

BC, Riga, 06.12.2017.Print version
Maxima Latvija, the company which operates the Maxima supermarket chain in Latvia, has invested over EUR 1.12 million in introducing self-service check-out machines in Latvia in 2017, writes LETA.

Last year, the company invested EUR 500,000 in its self-checkout system.


At the moment, self-checkout machines are available at 29 Maxima supermarkets throughout Latvia.


As reported, Maxima Latvija started introducing self-checkout back in 2009 and stepped up the effort in 2015 in and 2016.


Maxima Latvija closed 2016 with a turnover of EUR 694 million, which is 0.7% more than in 2015, while the company's profit decreased 37.5% to EUR 11.98 million.


Maxima Latvija, founded in 2000, is one of the leading retail chains in Latvia. At present there are 154 Maxima stores in Latvia: 126 Maxima X stores, 24 Maxima XX supermarkets and four Maxima XXX hypermarkets.

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