Associated British Foods has stated that its fashion business Primark, which has waived the extra cost of home delivery, will test the service of clicks and fees in the UK for baby products.
The group said the move is based on its enhanced digital capabilities. Earlier this year, he updated his website. It says that Primark, which trades as Penneys in Ireland, has chosen to test a much expanded range of baby products, amounting to around 2,000 clothing options, accessories and lifestyle products.
He believes that click & collect has the potential to meet unmet demand by stimulating the attendance of both existing and new customers to increase in-store sales.
Starting at the end of the year, the trial will take place in 25 stores in the North West of England.
In the update on trade AB Foods, which also owns large enterprises in the production of sugar, groceries, agriculture and ingredients, maintained its recommendations for the whole year after trade in line with expectations in the last quarter.
The group said revenue for the third quarter to May 28 was up 32%. Sales in food businesses rose 10%, reflecting price action aimed at resuming price inflation on inputs and increasing the volume of ingredients in the business.
Primark sales grew 81%. All Primark stores traded during this period unlike last year, when most stores were closed until mid-April due to Covid-19 blockades.
The group expects “significant progress” in adjusted operating income for the full year and adjusted earnings per share.