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Stokrotka (lit. Bellis)is a Polish chain supermarket. It is a retail part of the Emperia Capital Group, coordinated by Emperia Holding SA with its registered office in Warsaw. It was listed since 2002 on the Stock exchange.
The company was founded in 1994 in Lublin. The first retail outlet of this network began its operation in 1996 in Łęczna near Lublin. In terms of the number of stores, Stokrotka is one of the largest retail chains in Poland. In 2014, Stokrotka Sp. z o.o. became the operator of over 410 Stokrotka supermarkets. The chain store has approximately 7,500 employees.
In 2013, Stokrotka launched its own logistics network, the purpose of which is to supply Stokrotka stores with goods. The logistics network consists of the central warehouse in Teresin near Warsaw, 9 regional warehouses and the vehicle fleet.
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