PAK’nSAVE Invercargill recently completed a store-wide refurbishment with new innovations and features tailored to the needs of the community.
The store has introduced online shopping with a brand-new Click & Collect zone, as well as the latest SHOP’nGO technology for customers looking to save both time and money as they scan and pack groceries as they shop, all while tracking their spend for easier budgeting.
The store was the first ever PAK’nSAVE to open in the South Island back in 1992, and the Dobson family have been serving Invercargill ever since.
PAK’nSAVE Invercargill owner operator, Bryan Dobson says, “We’ve seen so much change to the industry over the past 30 years, and it’s fantastic to be able to completely transform our store to bring our customers the latest innovation and technology in grocery.”
The store transformation has been a family affair, with Bryan and wife Anne Dobson’s children, Jason, Matthew, and Tanya leading the project.
Matthew Dobson, Operations Manager at PAK’nSAVE Invercargill says, “It’s been great working together on such a big project and being able to implement more sustainable features into the store. We’ve included new innovations like a brand-new cardboard press and plastic baler to recycle more waste, Co2 refrigeration, equipment to recycle heat from the refrigeration to provide heating inside the store, as well as adding doors and lids to our freezer to help conserve electricity.”
“It’s been a long three-year journey to complete this refurbishment, and we’re excited to see customers make the most of the new features in-store,” finishes Bryan Dobson.
PAK’nSAVE Invercargill is located on 95 Tay St, Invercargill, and is open Monday to Sunday, 8am to 9pm.