Marjane

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

This article is about the Moroccan supermarket chain. For the Iranian-French graphic novel author see Marjane Satrapi.

Marjane logo

Marjane (also Marjane holding) is a Moroccan hypermarket chain. It is a wholly owned by SNI, the holding company of king Mohammed VI. The chain opened its first supermarket in 1990 in Rabat.[1]

In 2008, the company had 33 Hypermarkets around Morocco. Its total turnover in 2007 was 6,78 billion Dirhams and employs 5.144 people. With more than 18 million customers per annum (2007), Marjane is the leader on the Moroccan market in front of the hypermarket METRO AG Morocco and Aswak Assalam, its principal competitors.

On August 2007, French Auchan sold its 49% stake to Omnium nord Africain that already held 51% of Marjane holding.

Other Activities[edit]

In addition to Acima, Marjane holding also owns Electroplanet and Tikki, respectively a home appliances chain and a clothing outlet.[2] It also intends on launching its fast fashion chain in the upcoming mall of the new city of Zenata.

locations[edit]

Hyper Casablanca - Californie (1993 - 6 500 m²)

Hyper Casablanca - Aïn Sebaâ (2000 - 8 500 m²)

Hyper Casablanca - Derb Sultan (2005 - 10 000 m²)

Hyper Casablanca - Hay Hassani (2007 - 8 300 m²)

Hyper Casablanca - Morocco'Mall (2011 - 7 222 m²)

Hyper Mohammédia (2003 - 7 200 m²)

Hyper Oujda - Angad (2007 - 6 500 m²)

Hyper Saïdia - Medina Mall (2009 - 3 200 m²)

Hyper Nador (2009 - 6 571 m²)

Hyper Berkane (2013 - 3 680 m²)

Hyper Rabat - Bouregreg (1990 - 5 200 m²)

Hyper Rabat - Hay Riad (2000 - 8 500 m²)

Hyper Salé - Tabriquet (2011 - 13 080 m²)

Hyper Tanger - Medina - (2002 - 6 500 m²)

Hyper Tanger - Al Ikhlass (2009 - 6 571 m²)

Hyper Tétouan (2004 - 5 200 m²)

Hyper Beni-Mellal (2010 - 4 500 m²)

Hyper Fkih Ben Saleh (2012 - 2 830 m²)

Hyper Marrakech - Ménara (1999 - 9 900 m²)

Hyper Marrakech - Massira (2006 - 6 500 m²)

Hyper Kelâat Es-Sraghna (2011 - 2 138 m²)

Hyper Kénitra (2007 - 7 500 m²)

Hyper Sidi Slimane - (2013 - 3 770 m²)1

Hyper Fès - Agdal (2001 - 6 400 m²)

Hyper Fès - Saîss (2009 - 6 800 m²)

Hyper Meknès - Route Agourai (2005 - 5 500 m²)

Hyper Meknès - Hamria (2013 - 7 513 m²)

Hyper Safi (2007 - 6 500 m²)

Hyper El Jadida (2013 - 6 840 m²)

Hyper Al Hoceima (2011)

Hyper Taza (2012 - 2 600 m²)

Hyper Agadir - Founty (2001 - 8 500 m²)

Hyper Khouribga (2010 - 3 700 m²)

Upcoming hypermarkets[edit]

Hyper Larache (2013)

Hyper Inezgane

Hyper Guelmim

Hyper Settat

Hyper Casablanca - El Hank

Hyper Casablanca - Zenata

References[edit]

External links[edit]