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Novus Ukraine’s delivery service will be transferred to

18 June , 2024  

Novus Ukraine LLC, which operates the Novus hyper- and supermarket chain, is suspending the delivery service on June 18 and redirecting all orders to, the company’s press service reports.

“Covid-19 was the impetus for the birth of a new project – the delivery service. We have achieved considerable success, and there is much to be proud of. However, today’s realities have made their own adjustments – now it is important for us to focus on the development of the network in order to continue to ensure the smooth operation of stores and invest in critical areas. That is why will suspend operations from June 18 and redirect all orders to our partner,” the company said on Facebook.

Novus Ukraine LLC was established in 2008, the same year the first Novus supermarket in the country was opened. As of June 2024, the chain in Ukraine has more than 80 Novus and 17 Mi Markets.

The Novus supermarket chain is developed by BT Invest (Lithuania), a company established in 2008 by former Sandora shareholders Raimondas Tumenas and the late Igor Bezzub.

According to Opendatabot, as of July 2021, the owner of Novus Ukraine with a 100% stake in the authorized capital was Consul Trade House CJSC (Vilnius, Lithuania). The ultimate beneficiaries are Marina Poznyakova, Agne Ruzgienė, and Raimondas Tumenas.

According to the company’s financial results, in 2023, its revenue increased by 47% to UAH 23.6 billion, while its net loss decreased by 87% to UAH 310.7 million.