FamilyMart Taiwan rolls out railway-station stores
Convenience-store operator FamilyMart Taiwan plans nearly 40 new stores in railway stations this year.
The Japanese-headquartered company has just opened three new outlets in Taiwanese stations at Badu, Wanhua, and Luodong. Two more are about to open at the main Taipei station, with another 32 planned for 23 stations within two months. Once complete, the network will serve 20 million rail travellers per year.
FamilyMart Taiwan is also catering to local tastes by selling snacks in partnership with various Taiwanese firms, such as bakery shop Master Fang, which will sell desserts at Kaohsiung Railway Station.
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