Tuesday, 27 August 2013 00:00
The 25 year old Pharma Company with the largest chain of pharmacies in the country is looking to increase its market share to reach 50 outlets by the end of 2014.
Speaking at a press conference its Chairman, Ahamed Rheyas stated that the retail outlets do not give profits but he says its enhances the visibility of the company and it is a plat form to showcase, most of the specialties of Harcourts.
I am passionate about retail chains and we are focused. We have our regular customers who patronise Harcourts. We have the loyalty Card and a Door-to-Door delivery in Colombo which has won the admiration of our customers. â€˜Customer is the Kingâ€™ and we are dedicated to serve them, irrespective of the volume we do on door-to-door delivery.
We have â€˜Fast-Track-Serviceâ€™ to the senior citizens and we have qualified pharmacists to dispense drugs, despite threats and provocation we have relentlessly continued to give value added service to our customers.
The newly appointed Managing Director Ivor Fernando is going all out in all facets of activity at our chain to fulfil and achieve the Chairmanâ€™s vision, he stated at the news briefing.