Shoprite Holdings Ltd in Retailing

Company Profile

About This Report

Mar 2012

Shoprite Holdings Ltd has successfully increased sales and profits ahead of the retailing industry in South Africa thanks to an extensive brand portfolio and low retail prices. The company’s operations in Africa are profitable despite the high cost of operations and currency fluctuations. Wal-Mart’s entry into South Africa will be the main challenge to Shoprite’s future performance in its home market and, increasingly, across the region as a whole.

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Shoprite Holdings Ltd in Retailing

Euromonitor International's report on Shoprite Holdings Ltd delivers a detailed strategic analysis of the company's business, examining its performance in the Retailing market and the global economy.

Company and market share data provide a detailed look at the financial position of Shoprite Holdings Ltd, while in-depth qualitative analysis will help you understand the brand strategy and growth prospects of Shoprite Holdings Ltd.

This report examines:
  • Company share by region and sector
  • Brand portfolio
  • New product developments
  • Marketing and distribution strategies

A detailed SWOT analysis of Shoprite Holdings Ltd provides strategic intelligence on:
  • Strengths and weaknesses
  • Category and country opportunities for growth
  • Challenges and threats from current competition and future prospects
  • Global and regional market positions

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Scope of the Report

Scope

Strategic Evaluation

Key company facts: Shoprite Holdings Ltd
2011 second half-year results: Sales and profits on the rise
Shoprite Holdings Ltd: Grocery retailing dominates business
Shoprite’s retail footprint in Africa
Roller-coaster performance for Shoprite in its international markets
SWOT: Shoprite Holdings Ltd
Key challenges: Shoprite to face increasing levels of competition

Competitive Positioning

Shoprite Holdings Ltd keeps up with grocery retailing growth
Competitive context : Shoprite maintains leadership in 2011

Domestic Strategy

Performance in South Africa outstrips overseas sales after 2009
Shoprite’s strategy in South Africa in the short term
Overreliance on supermarkets despite good results in other channels
Outlook for channels in South Africa supports Shoprite’s strategy
Shoprite vs the competition: The outlook in South Africa

International Strategy

Shoprite’s regional expansion : From close to distant markets
Shoprite to focus on emerging markets, despite tough environment
Supermarkets channel is Shoprite’s growth engine in Africa
Shoprite in Namibia: A success story for the company
Shoprite in Nigeria: A future growth opportunity?
Short term is likely to provide a time f or consolidation

Multi-channel Strategy

Opportunities exist for Shoprite in Africa within internet retailing
Should Shoprite focus on m-commerce over internet retailing?
Multi-channel strategy in South Africa goes beyond just products

Brand and Private Label Strategies

Retail brands and outlets operated by Shoprite Holdings Ltd
Shoprite’s eponymous brand remains its dominant banner
Share of private label sales in South Africa
Shoprite Holdings: Brand and pricing hierarchy, South Africa (2011)

Operations

Shoprite Holdings: Global supply chain strategy (2011)
Sourcing
Shoprite benefits from centralised buying through subsidiaries
Warehousing

Opportunities and Recommendations

Key recommendations