Penny Expanding Home Deliveries in Hungary

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As the next step in the cooperation between Penny and Roksh, home deliveries from the retail chain are now available within the entire administrative territory of Budapest.

Initially, the service was available to customers in Győr, Debrecen, and the southern agglomeration areas of Budapest.

The cooperation proved so successful in the first half of the year that in March, further municipalities joined the initiative, so that products from the Penny stores located there can also be ordered via Roksh, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

In addition to the capital city, the following municipalities are now also part of Penny's home delivery network via Roksh: 
- Budapest's southern agglomeration areas
- Debrecen 
- Győr
- Nyíregyháza
- Pécs 
- Szeged

Orders can also be paid for via cash upon delivery, and extra items could also be added to the shopping cart after ordering after consulting Roksh via telephone. The inclusion of other products not included in the online selection of the supermarket may also be arranged this way, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

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