Stepping into its 30th year of operations, Makro said the financial highlights of 2018 was an increase of 3.3 per cent in revenue and its determination to strive for the Makro 4.0 era.
Makro said it aims to modernise its organisation by connecting its online and offline channels, along with promoting its six key goals in business
Suchada Ithijarukul, group CEO of Siam Makro Public Company Limited, said: “Makro still upholds our vision to be the number one food solution provider for professional customers by offering a full assortments of quality products at low prices – affirming our position as a trusted partner for our customers nationwide.”
She said the firm prioritised food safety, strengthened sustainable and ethical sourcing and reduced environmental impact.
“Thailand has 129 Makro stores. These can be divided to 79 Makro Classic stores, 25 Makro Food-service stores, 13 Eco Plus stores, five Makro Food shops, and seven Siam Frozen shops. The company has also branched out overseas to eight countries in Asia,” said Suchada.
Makro’s total revenues in the fiscal year 2018 attained an increase of 3.3 per cent compared to the previous year due to a sustained growth of the Thai economy in the first quarter of 2018, as well as the growth of tourism.