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The Pandemic Accelerates Retailers’ Need For Digital Operations

The pandemic’s impact on retail is a story of two halves. Many firms have felt the pain of store closures and need to adapt their operations to online-only sales and social-distanced operations across warehouses. This, alongside consumer spending focusing on essential spending, means that retailers and brands are split into two groups: Essential categories in …

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Ecommerce companies Flipkart, Snapdeal could resume full operations, Retail News, ET Retail

Bengaluru: Several online commerce companies including Flipkart, Snapdeal and Paytm Mall are preparing to resume full operations from April 20, after the ministry of home affairs (MHA) released a set of revised guidelines for services that are allowed during the extended lockdown to stem the spread of Covid-19. While others such as Amazon have sought …

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ITC limits operations to production of essential items

FMCG-to-hospitality major ITC on Friday said that its factories are producing only essential items such as flour, buiscuits and sanitisers. The company, however, said that its manufacturing facilities of essential goods are partially operational with limited workforce in view of the coronavirus crisis and the restrictions announced by the Central and state governments. “In the …

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E-commerce firms resume partial operations, deliveries to be delayed

Some e-commerce companies on Friday partially resumed operations for the sale of groceries and essential items but deliveries to customers will be delayed, according to company officials. According to a PTI report: A leading e-commerce firm said players in the segment are coordinating with district-level authorities for curfew and lockdown passes for their personnel to …

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Coronavirus Lockdown: ZappFresh resumes operations in Delhi-NCR

ZappFresh, which sells fresh meat, poultry and seafood through its e-commerce platform, has resumed operations in Delhi-NCR after a temporary shutdown last week due to operational hurdles in the wake of the lockdown. The company delivers 2,000 orders per day, totalling 3-4 tonne, in Delhi, Gurugram, Noida, Ghaziabad, Chandigarh, Mohali, Panchkula and Jaipur. ZappFresh has …

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E-commerce firms resume partial operations, deliveries to be delayed, Retail News, ET Retail

New Delhi : Some e-commerce companies on Friday partially resumed operations for the sale of groceries and essential items but deliveries to customers will be delayed, according to company officials. A leading e-commerce firm said players in the segment are coordinating with district-level authorities for curfew and lockdown passes for their personnel to resume deliveries. …

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Amazon, Flipkart operations in India being disrupted amid lockdown, Retail News, ET Retail

NEW DELHI: India’s government had assured e-commerce companies that their operations would not be disrupted amid a nationwide lockdown to fight the coronavirus, but most are facing crippling disruptions after just three days, sources familiar with the matter said on Friday. Local issues such as differing state and district level regulations are hindering operations, the …

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Online delivery cos look to resume operations with ‘curfew passes’ after massive disruption, Retail News, ET Retail

BENGALURU: India’s largest online retailers like Flipkart, Amazon, Bigbasket, Grofers, Swiggy, Zomato, Medlife and 1MG saw their operations continue to get disrupted even as thousands of consumers took to social media saying that they could not place orders for essential goods like grocery, food and medicines on these platforms. Several of these companies like Flipkart, …

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Flipkart resumes operations, Amazon says in talks with govt

After temporarily suspending operations earlier in the day, Walmart-owned Flipkart will resume its grocery and essentials services after assurance of safe passage of its supply chain and delivery executives by local law enforcement authorities. According to a PTI report: Amazon said it was working with government authorities to enable it to deliver essential items. Flipkart, …

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FMCG firms limit operations only to essential items

FMCG companies such as ITC, Nestle and Dabur on Tuesday said they are producing only the essential items at their manufacturing units amid the lockdown to prevent spread of coronavirus. According to a PTI report: The fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector, which is producing beverages and foods as well as essential personal hygiene products such …

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