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Last $1,479 CLP
Change Today -31.60 / -2.09%
Volume 2.2M
CENCOSUD On Other Exchanges
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Sant. Comerc
As of 4:30 PM 07/6/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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Company Description

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Av. Kennedy 9001

Piso 6

Las Condes

Santiago,

Chile

Phone: 56 2 2959 0804

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Cencosud S.A. operates as a multi-brand retailer in South America. The company operates through various formats, including supermarkets, home improvement stores, shopping centers, and department stores. It has operations in Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, and Peru. Segments The company is organized in six business segments: Supermarkets, Home Improvement Stores, Department Stores, Shopping Centers and Financial Services, plus complementary activities described as ‘Other’. Supermarkets segment As of December 31, 2014, this segment owned a total of 37 hypermarkets and 201 supermarkets in Chile operating under the Jumbo and Santa Isabel brands. The company also operated 20 Jumbo hypermarkets and 270 Disco and Super Vea supermarkets in Argentina. In addition, the company operated 219 supermarket and hypermarket stores in Brazil under the brands, such as GBarbosa, Mercantil Rodrigues, Perini, Bretas and Prezunic. Chile As of December 31, 2014, the company operated 238 supermarkets in Chile, which together had 567,873 square meters of total selling space. Hypermarkets: The company’s Jumbo hypermarkets are its largest stores in Chile and have selling areas ranging from 6,000 square meters to 11,816 square meters. As of December 31, 2014, the company operated 37 Jumbo hypermarkets Chile with total selling space of 279,575 square meters. Its Jumbo hypermarkets are primarily oriented towards middle and upper-middle income consumers. Supermarkets: As of December 31, 2014, the company operated 201 supermarkets in Chile under the Santa Isabel and Jumbo Express brands with selling areas ranging from 350 square meters to 3,000 square meters, and total selling space of 279,575 square meters. The company operates its supermarkets in Chile primarily under its Santa Isabel brand, which is primarily aimed at the low- to middle-income segment of the Chilean population. The company’s Santa Isabel stores sell various food products and general merchandise items similar to that offered by its Jumbo hypermarkets; however, Santa Isabel stores also offer merchandise, and convenient locations. In addition, certain Santa Isabel stores feature specialty departments, such as prepared foods, fresh seafood and bakery departments. Santa Isabel also offers products, such as alcohol, cosmetics, household, and other non-food items. Argentina The company operated 290 supermarkets in Argentina as of December 31, 2014, which together had 529,428 square meters of total selling space. Of its 290 supermarkets in Argentina, 20 were hypermarkets and 270 were supermarkets. Hypermarkets: The company’s Jumbo hypermarkets and supermarkets are its largest stores in Argentina and have selling areas ranging from 3,000 square meters to 12,223 square meters. As of December 31, 2013, the company operated 20 Jumbo hypermarkets in Argentina, 18 of which are located in the Buenos Aires metropolitan area. As in Chile, its Jumbo hypermarkets in Argentina offer a range of food and non-food items, including fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, fresh meats, and other grocery items. Supermarkets: The company’s supermarkets in Argentina operate under the Disco and Super Vea brands. The target market of its Disco stores is primarily the middle- and high-income segment of the Argentine population. The company also operates price-oriented stores under the Super Vea brand, which targets primarily the low- and middle-income segment of the Argentine population. Super Vea stores are primarily concentrated in the Cuyo (San Juan and Mendoza) and Northwest (Tucumán, Salta, Catamarca and Santiago del Estero) regions of Argentina and offer a lower level of services with a higher proportion of secondary brands and private labels. Disco offers a range of food and non-food items, including fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, fresh meats, cleaning, health and beauty products, and other grocery and supermarket items. In addition to general food and non-food items, Super Vea sells various home appliances, including televisions and refrigerators, as well as other household consumer products. Brazil As of December 31, 2014, the company operated 21

 

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