Tops market stimulate the local economy, create employment, and generate income by opening three new stores in three provinces in the final month of the year
Central Food Retail under Central Retail, Thailand’s leader in supermarkets, celebrates the launches of three new Tops market stores in three provinces: Chonburi, Ayutthaya and Bangkok, to stimulate the economy, create employment and generate income. The stores feature modern and lifestyle-centric designs that resonate with their respective community. There are special services to ensure unique shopping experiences. Customers can enjoy high-quality food, ingredients and products from around the world, and shop-in-shop zones are designed to meet the needs of all shoppers.
Stephane Coum, CEO of Central Food Retail under Central Retail, said, “To stimulate the local economy, we follow our plan and introduce new stores to create employment and generate income to locals. The supermarket industry still needs more people to drive the business forward. In the final month of this year, we are opening three new Tops market stores in three provinces.
Tops market Central Si Racha, covering an area of 1,860 square meters. Offering more than 26,000 items, it is located on the G floor of Central Sriracha, the model mixed-use project of the future and the first eco-friendly mall in the region, located in a thriving downtown area. Designed to be a ‘center of life’ for the people of Si Racha as it will cater to diverse target groups who have high purchasing power, such as families, jobbers, teens, and expats, most of whom are Japanese. Designed with Green Living & Circular Economy in mind, this Tops market comes with a glasshouse design. The use of glass panels allows natural light to shine through in order to reduce the use of electricity. This also allows customers to see the products better.
Tops market Central Ayutthaya covers an area of 1,200 square meters. It offers over 22,000 local and international products. This store is located on the G floor of Central Ayutthaya, a big mixed use complex in a province that is the gateway to the North and Northeast of Thailand. Central Ayutthaya will elevate and fulfil the tourism industry of Ayutthaya and help it become an economic and lifestyle zone. The main target is Ayutthaya locals and domestic and international travelers.