- MANAGEMENT CHANGES AT NISA.
Convenience retailer Nisa has announced that its chief executive, Neil Turton will leave the organisation in the Spring of 2015, after 23 years with the business. Mr Turton has accepted a senior position in a non-competing business, but over the coming months he will be integral to recruiting a high quality successor and managing the company’s on-going transformation programme.
- Nisa announces surplus distribution to members
Nisa has announced that it will pay over £2.2 million to its members in the form of surplus distribution and dividend payments.
- Say what matters…
- Nisa members are invited to attend the ACS Heart of the Community Conference in order to discuss top issues of the day face-to-face to retail leaders and politicians.
- Nisa excels in efficiency
Nisa has accomplished record delivery on time figures in excess of 96%, highlighting the continuing strength of the Nisa supply chain.
- Instant results for new Heritage range
Within weeks of launching its new Heritage range, with an extensive choice of pies and pastries, Nisa has reported an increase in sales of almost 50% compared to its previous range, which will be worth £6m annually.
- Nisa responds to retail demand
Nisa has launched a dedicated helpline and fast track support service to help Costcutter retailers to re-join the business.
- Relaunch for Nisa’s own brand range
Convenience retailer Nisa is launching its new Heritage range, with an extensive choice of pies and pastries, hoping to revolutionise the way consumers think about own label ranges from independent retailers.
- Customer notice
Nisa has recalled Heritage Montgomery Spring Still Natural Mineral Water with the coding: Best Before End MAY 2016, L14135.
- Nisa smashes 2013 delivery volumes with record figures
Nisa recorded its second highest volume week in the history of its central distribution operation over the Easter period, including strong temperature controlled distribution levels 7% higher than the previous record week.
- Nisa donates nearly four tonnes to foodbanks
Nisa Retail helps the fight against poverty by joining forces with its suppliers and donating nearly four tonnes of food to people who need it most.