Pedronka in Warsaw is open on Sundays. The store in Ursus serves as a collection point for parcels. Pedronka’s press office explains that these are only tests, and the supermarket will only open on Sunday in a few locations across Poland.
Using the wicket in the regulations for the ban on Sunday trading, Biedronka in Ursus is also open on non-commercial Sundays. At the door of the shop in the Mujahideen. Skoroszewska 5B written Parcel service point: Poczta Polska, Allegro smart. The store is open from 7 to 23.30. To date, the same regulations have been used by the Żabka network, which also provides the option to collect parcels. Joining this group that includes Poland’s largest supermarket chain raises the question of the future of the trade ban on Sunday.
The portal money.pl was the first to write about the opening of the aforementioned Biedronka Post Office on Sunday. In addition to Ursus, the chain wants to open stores in several other locations. As the company’s representatives emphasized, in the statement issued, customers expect “the possibility of meeting their purchasing and service needs in one place.”
“We have started testing the new service in only a few locations out of more than 3,000 stores in our chain. Tests are being conducted with an experienced partner, the national postal operator, Poczta Polska” – We read in Pedronka’s statement.
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