Present in 409 cities with 1,444 stores, the key focus of FRL is on supply chain capabilities and data-led technology deployments to reduce costs, improve availability and drive productivity. There is a fast increasing network of small format stores consistent with technology and supply chain investments.
With the completion of rapid inorganic growth phase, management now believes that this is an opportune time to let FRL chart its growth independently with the deployment of data and technology. (RR)
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