Indomaret

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Indomaret
Subsidiary
Industry Convenience stores
Founded 1988
Headquarters Jakarta, Indonesia
Owner Salim Group (1988-2014)
Website www.indomaret.co.id

Indomaret is a primarily franchised chain of convenience stores from Indonesia, with over 8,000 stores [1] across Southeast Asia. It is the largest chain of this kind of store in Indonesia. Indomaret is a subsidary of Salim Group. headquarters are in Jakarta.

Indomaret a minimarket network that provides daily needs with the store area of less than 200m2.The first official Indomaret store was opened in Ancol, North Jakarta in November 1988. Until 2014 Indomaret reach 10,600 outlets. 60% of the total outlets are self-owned and franchised outlets remaining 40% belongs to the people, who are scattered in towns in Greater Jakarta, Sumatra, Java, Madura, Bali, Lombok, Kalimantan and Sulawesi. In Jakarta, there are about 488 outlets.

Indomaret are easily found in residential areas, office buildings and public facilities due to the placement location of outlets is based on the motto "simple and frugal". Indomaret sells more than 3,500 types of food products and non-food available to meet the needs of everyday consumers.

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