Lotte Mart, a discount store chain operated by retailer Lotte Group, proudly disclosed its 46th store in Indonesia in line with its global growth strategy. With floor space of 5,572 square meters, the Pramuka shop opened on the underground floor of a commercial-residential building in Jakarta with some 7,000 households.
According to company representatives, Lotte Mart’s 16th retail outlet in Indonesia has a health and beauty section, as well as young children and fresh food corners. Lotte Mart also operates 26 wholesale stores and two supermarkets in the world’s fourth most populous nation.
Currently, Lotte Mart runs a total of 290 stores in South Korea, China, Indonesia and Vietnam, and plans to raise the number of shops to over 300 next year.