John Lewis to partner with Co-op on click-and-collect trial

John Lewis Liverpool

John Lewis has announced it is partnering with the Co-op to launch a click-and-collect trial in six of its food stores.

The department store chain said that it would be partnering with the convenience store retailer to give “new and existing customers access to its next-day click-and-collect services” in areas with a lower John Lewis shop presence.

The trial will initially be launched in the Co-op’s Manchester Support Centre shop, with five further locations to roll out from May 28.

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