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    DHL delivers Nisa contract on cue


    The implementation of Nisa- Today’s distribution contract with DHL has passed without a hitch, retailers have told C-Store. On April 2 DHL took control of Nisa’s ambient operation from Bibby, meaning it now handles delivery of the entire supply chain from the Scunthorpe depot.

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    Nisa signs up to staff training programme


    Nisa has become the first symbol group to launch staff training scheme RetailPlus throughout its entire organisation. The training scheme covers areas such as age-related sales, food safety, security and loss prevention, consumer law and...


    Support voiced for Nisa-Today’s split


    Members of the retail and wholesale arms of Nisa-Today's are united in their support for proposals to demerge in order to bring more focus to both organisations.

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    Co-op snaps up Shropshire Nisa store


    Nisa member DAB Stores has sold its convenience store and garage forecourt site in Minsterley, Shropshire, to the Co-operative Group for £1.6m

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    Nisa and Today's considering split


    Talks are underway within Nisa-Today's which could result in the retail and wholesale arms of the organisation being de-merged

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    Nisa expects PGMA to honour contract


    Nisa-Today's is hoping to hold Scottish buying group PGMA to its six-month contract, which it had attempted to sever early. In a move which left Nisa's senior team "baffled", earlier this month PGMA announced that it was to terminate its...


    Nisa retailers show their charitable side


    Nisa retailers in the Midlands have clubbed together to donate almost £30,000 to the disabled children and young people’s charity KIDS.

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    Nisa 'bemused' by PGMA switch


    Nisa-Today’s is hoping to persuade Scottish buying group PGMA to re-consider its decision to terminate its 14 year relationship with the group...


    Nisa’s screen debut brings in shoppers


    Nisa’s first foray into the world of television advertising is exceeding expectations, drawing in droves of new shoppers, and piquing retailer interest, the company has said.

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    Nisa unveils big plans for the small screen


    Nisa is poised to launch its first ever TV advertising campaign as it seeks to boost consumer awareness of the brand and its retailer membership.

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    Bargain Booze signs 100th store to Select


    Bargain Booze has recruited the 100th store to its Select Convenience symbol group.The store in South Ockendon, Essex, is run by new franchisee Ponnuthirai Sritharan. He commented: "We are really excited to be part of the group, offering...


    Uni-lateral thinking: Neil Thakkar and Viresh Popat have taken their Nisa Local store to another level


    Retailers Neil Thakkar and Viresh Popat have taken their student store to another level by studying exactly what their shoppers want

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    Nisa admits targeting Costcutter members


    Nisa actively stepped up its targeting of Costcutter members in the wake of RedOrange’s change of groups in June, Nisa-Today’s chief executive Neil Turton has admitted. Speaking exclusively to C-Store, Turton also revealed that this…

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    New Nisa/Costcutter deal is on the table


    Nisa-Today's chief executive Neil Turton has urged Costcutter to sign an extension to the company's partnership contract, but insisted that the distributor can comfortably survive were Costcutter to leave the organisation when the current deal ends in 2014

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    Costcutter’s Graves slams Nisa tactics


    Costcutter's executive chairman Colin Graves has resigned from the board of Nisa-Today's and slammed the organisation for actively trying to recruit Costcutter members to the Nisa symbol group.

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    Nisa offers an incentive to go green


    Nisa-Today's is offering a 75% reduction in annual fees to members of its Nisa symbol group who agree to cut out paper, printing and postage costs and carry out all their business communications with the wholesaler electronically.

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    Nisa gives its members an incentive to go green


    Nisa-Today’s is offering a 75% reduction in annual fees to members of its Nisa symbol group who agree to cut out paper, printing and postage costs and carry out all their business communications with the wholesaler electronically.

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    Nisa-Today’s snaps back at Costcutter


    Nisa-Today's has struck back at Costcutter's recent supply deal with the RedOrange group's 36 stores  with the announcement that a former Costcutter retailer is to join the Nisa fascia.

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    Nisa aims to be the symbol of choice


    Nisa has embarked on an ambitious plan to become "the symbol group of choice" for retailers.

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    Nisa grows both in size and numbers


    Wholesaler Nisa-Today's ended the financial year on a high by delivering its 100 millionth case since April 2009, with some 419 stores joining the group over the course of the year.