Oncost opened its 22nd store in Hawalli Beirut Street

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Oncost, Kuwait’s leading family grocer, opened its 22nd store in Kuwait on November 11th, 2019 in Hawalli, and precisely on Beirut Street. The store was inaugurated by the chairman of the company, Mr. Marzouq Jasim Al-Bahar.

Oncost, which has consistently focused on satisfying the needs of its diverse customer base in the country, now hopes to bring its recently launched “Express” format to customers residing on and near Beirut Street in Hawalli.

Mr. Saleh Al-Tunaib, Oncost’s Chief Executive Officer, expressed his thanks to Oncost’s loyal customers for their support to the brand over the years, and added, “By opening our 22nd store, we will be taking a major step towards our main objective, which is to become the leading grocery retailer in the country with a strong presence in all governorates of Kuwait. We believe that our Express store will add value to its neighboring buildings and offices in Hawalli and achieve our goal of becoming the neighborhood’s grocery store.”

Speaking after the inauguration of their newest store, Oncost’s Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Remesh TA said, “With the opening of our 22nd branch in Kuwait, we are on track to achieve our aggressive target of opening 35 branches across the country over the next five years.”

Oncost has built on its strength of providing a shopping experience that is fully customer-oriented and ease of access to its shoppers with unbeatable prices. The Company focuses on satisfying the food and beverage needs of shoppers while ensuring the quality of its products and providing them with an enjoyable shopping experience.

Oncost is also confident that the new store will help enhance the Oncost Family Program, which offers up to 4 percent cashback. Currently, the program has more than 110,000 members who enjoy the many benefits and privileges offered by Oncost and its affiliates, which includes exclusive discounts from Careem, Red Tag, Twenty4, National Exchange Company, Shifa Al-Jazeera Hospital, and GAC Motor.

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