The supermarket chain also has Pick n Pay of South Africa as a shareholder with a 25% stake. The current relationship with Pick’n’Pay South Africa will soon be enhanced to encompass the sharing of technical expertise and sourcing of the much needed product brands from South Africa to compliment the Zimbabwean range in an effort to meet and exceed customer expectations. In addition Pick n Pay will soon be increasing its shareholding in TM Supermarkets to 49%.
With its spread, TM Supermarkets draws its customer base from low end to upper end across the whole country and is the most preferred channel by suppliers for their products. TM maintains strictly a professional relationship with its valued suppliers, and acts in the best interest of its customers, as such it has gained advantage over its competitors by being the most preferred channel by both Suppliers and customers.
TM Supermarkets acknowledges that for it prosper, it has to work closely with the society and as such, it supports the less privileged through various charitable organization country wide where it is represented, thereby promoting the culture of compassionate and responsible corporate citizenship.
Our employees will be professional and honesty in their dealings with all our stakeholders. TM Supermarkets seeks to provide a stimulating and safe environment for all stakeholders. In this context, TM Supermarkets believes and acknowledges that good sustainability practice equates to responsible business practice, and that a well managed company is motivated to act responsibly.
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Spread across the country, TM Supermarkets draws its customer base from low end to upper end countrywide, and is the most preferred channel by suppliers for their products. Find a TM Supermarket in an area near you or contact any of our branches.