UK: Tesco.com - the challenge now is abroad - COMMENT (Members)
Tesco.com expects to reach profitability this year. The UK operation has been an undeniable success. A major driver has been its store-based distribution model, which carries far lower upfront costs than warehouse-based systems. Tesco.com is now trying to spread outside the UK, as shown by its deal with Safeway in the US. Despite some industry skepticism, the model could well succeed on a global basis.
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