Bestway’s doors open to all retailers

All Bestway retailers have been given access to the wholesaler’s entire cash and carry network, it has been announced.

Retailers from across the symbol estate will access to the Bestway and Batleys network, wherever they are based – as well as being able to enjoy rebate rewards on qualifying purchases in line with their current rebate structure.

Announced by Bestway Retail Director Mike Hollis, the move has been made to ensure retailers can top up and retain consistency of service during the current market conditions and the continuing pingdemic.

“It’s a fact of life within our industry that independent retailers need to top up their delivered services to ensure continuity of products and supplies at times of pressure to meet their individual needs and increased consumer demand,” said Hollis.

“And we’re pleased to now make this official and support our retail partners by ensuring that every retailer in our group has access to our 65 depots in our Bestway and Batleys’ network.

“Importantly, they can earn rebate rewards on qualifying purchases in line with their current rebate structure.”

The rebate rewards offered to Bestway retailers are across the widest possible range of products, although tobacco and one-day deals are ineligible to the offer.

“The past two weeks has seen grocery retail experience unprecedented disruption with some of the major supermarkets experiencing driver shortages and supplier shortfalls [as a result of the pingdemic], which has led to shelf-gaps,” Hollis continued.

“This move to invite retailers into our depots is also timely in supporting continuity in convenience retail at a time of need.

“We believe in rewarding loyalty and I would maintain that our rebate system is the best in the business affording our retail partners opportunity for higher margins and business growth.”

Bestway cash and carry coronavirus covid-19 Depot Mike Hollis pingdemic retail