An industry expert has said the Tesco-Booker deal, which was given provisional approval by the CMA last week, will make wholesalers “tougher, leaner and more resilient”.
David Gilroy, who runs online platform Store Excel, said he did not believe the merger would signal lower prices but rather the focus would be on improved service, range, availability and customer engagement.…
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