Papindo spending K20mil to rebuild supermarket


THE Papindo Trading Company is spending K20 million to rebuilding its supermarket at Gerehu in Port Moresby which was burnt down in 2018.
A company spokesperson told The National that it should be completed before the end of the year.
The contractor Hyper Construction Ltd is a member of the Papindo Group of Companies and has been involved in developing commercial and residential properties in the country since 1990.
“The total investment (of the building) is around K20 million,” the spokesperson said.
The building will be two stories – one for a department store and another for a supermarket.
There will be a food court and rental space.
“We are planning to bring the best retail experience to our customers in Gerehu.”
Its store at Boroko was burnt down in 2017. “We hope to commence redevelopment (of Boroko) after the Gerehu construction,” the spokesperson said.
Papindo is one of the country’s largest nationally-owned retail chain with a total of 42 supermarket and department store branches located in 17 provinces.

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