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Rewe Group trials digital shopping trolleys with Catch – without self-scanning

At the Rewe Center in Cologne-Bickendorf of independent merchants Daniel and Boris Dugandzic, Rewe Digital has installed special tablet computers on around half of all 220 shopping trolleys to guide customers through the store. However, the devices are currently not used for self-scanning, for which customers still have to use the Zebra devices or their own smartphone.

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Rewe installs picking-automation of produce with Cimcorp

Rewe Group is installing automation technology from Cimcorp in its regional distribution centre in Oranienburg. The system from Finnish specialist picks fruit and vegetables-crates. In this way, the retailer aims to efficiently deliver fresh produce to its stores and combat shortage of staff.

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Casey’s optimises shelves and inventory with Relex

US convenience store operator Casey's General Stores will use Relex Solutions to optimise inventory, demand planning and space planning.

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Rewe Lekkerland tests autonomous mini-stores with AiFi

Rewe subsidiary Lekkerland today put an autonomous container store with technology from AiFi into operation on its own premises in Frechen. One for all shoppers is to follow soon.

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Schnucks brings smart salad bar from Picadeli to selected stores

Schnucks has equipped 22 of its grocery stores in the US with smart salad bars from Swedish specialist supplier Picadeli. Digital technologies and AI automate replenishment, optimise inventory and enable produce traceability.

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Rewe expands delivery service with fulfilment centre in Bochum

Rewe is expanding the reach of its delivery service to 1.6 million households in the Ruhr region with a new Food Fulfilment Centre (FFC) in the city of Bochum. The distribution centre, which relies largely on manual processing, supports employees with pick-to-light technology during order picking.

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Edeka Group veers away from the SAP world with Relex

Germany's largest retail organisation, Edeka Group, will optimise the orders and stocks of all its stores and distribution centres with the AI-based software platform of Relex. The decision represents a Copernican shift in the Edeka Group's IT strategy. Until now, the German retail giant has managed its inventory management systems exclusively with SAP and SAP partner solutions.

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Aldi Nord and Süd distribute leaflets via WhatsApp

Aldi Nord and Aldi Süd are using WhatsApp for digital customer communication. Both discounters send out their leaflets every Sunday via the short message service. Unlike Rewe, they do not yet plan to completely abandon printed flyers.

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Tegut optimises prices and stocks from one cast with Relex and Competera

Tegut will be one of the first retailers in Europe to optimise its prices, stocks, floor space and shelf placement from a unified sales forecast. To achieve this, the Fulda-based grocery store chain, which is part of Migros Zurich, will implement Relex's AI-based solution together with Competera's price optimisation tool. For SAP, the decision is a bitter blow: for more…

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Rewe shopkeeper guides customers by voice with Prestige

At Rewe Dugonjic in Unterschleissheim, Amazon’s voice system Alexa greets customers and explains the way to the desired goods. The solution has been provided by specialist for instore advertising Online Software with its software Prestige Enterprise.

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