CHICAGO, July 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- While warehouse clubs
may be perceived to be the domain of those looking to stretch a tight budget - new research from Mintel reveals that it is not just those of lower incomes having to 'make do.
com/research/29pkng/2013_worldwide) has announced the addition of the "2013 Worldwide Warehouse Clubs
& Superstores Industry-Industry & Market Report" report to their offering.
BJ's, which has 189 warehouse clubs
in 15 states, announced last month that it was closing five stores and cutting nearly 500 jobs.
There were 26 warehouse clubs
in operation at the end of Nov.
She projects the number of warehouse clubs
to cap at around 1,150 units during the next five years.
Its editorial fare mirrors its sister publication, providing detailed financial information and analysis of specific warehouse clubs
based on site visits and published reports.
At the heart of the civil investigation, which began as part of a broad look at the toy industry, is whether Toys `R' Us violated antitrust laws by telling manufacturers like Mattel and Hasbro that it would not buy their products unless they refused to sell to warehouse clubs
that Toys `R' Us says undercut it on prices.
Global Cash and Carries and Warehouse clubs
Market Size and Forecast to 2017
PriceSmart now operates 25 warehouse clubs
in 11 countries and one U.
Between 5am and 3pm, however, up to 2,500 palettes destined for Costco's 11 UK warehouse clubs
will have passed through the depot, which starts and ends each day empty.
These departments are providing warehouse clubs
more one-stop shopping opportunities for today's time-pressed consumer.
NEW YORK - Warehouse clubs
may have shown no increase last year in market share for home textiles, but they did show a continued willingness to seize opportunity and sell an assortment of products that includes everything from basic bedding to luxury linens.