(AOF) – Carrefour sells 0.36% to 16.51 euros. Yesterday, the French distribution group announced its intention to strengthen its e-commerce offering with the opening of a new warehouse in Rungis, operating in partnership with the Steve Group. The goal: to accelerate the growth of the home delivery offer in Ile-de-France and to develop same-day delivery in the Paris region. Steve handles all logistical operations (reception, warehousing and order preparation).
With this new logistics facility capable of processing up to 3,000 orders per day, Carrefour is increasing home deliveries in Ile-de-France to meet the growing consumer demand in the Ile-de-France region. The platform already serves 2.2 million inhabitants spread over 91 communes of the Ile-de-France.
The location, which is located less than 20 kilometers from Paris, will also enable Carrefour to meet the expectations of new customers in terms of delivery times by offering delivery on the same day as the order is placed.
The Carrefour Group aspires to universal delivery of complete shopping on the same day of order in France.
“This warehouse, located in the south of Paris, will allow us to meet the very strong demand for our Carrefour delivery service to your home. It is an increasingly important criterion for our customers and one that makes the difference,” says Elodie Berthuizot, Executive Director E-Commerce, Data and Digital Transformation of the Carrefour Group.
On November 8, Carrefour unveiled its strategic plan for 2026, which marked a return to discount preference in the face of inflation, with more own brands and fewer references. On this occasion, Carrefour confirmed its goal of increasing the volume of e-commerce business (GMV) by 10 billion euros in 2026 and increasing current operating income from e-commerce activities by 200 million euros in 2026 compared to 2021.
This Friday, Invest Securities raised its price target slightly from €17.5 to €17.7 while affirming its Neutral recommendation on Carrefour. “While the retail group has an improved profile that will allow it to regain lost ground in Europe, it is nonetheless subject to headwinds with both food price inflation and overhead costs,” the analyst warns.