|Industry||food distributor, hardware retail, liquor retailing|
|Founded||1927 as Davids Limited|
|Jeff Adams (CEO)|
|Products||supermarket, hardware products and liquor stores|
Metcash (ASX: MTS) is an Australian conglomerate company distributing and marketing groceries, fresh produce, alcoholic beverages, hardware, and other consumer goods. Notable retailers the company owns include IGA, Mitre 10 and Home Timber & Hardware.
Metcash took a majority share in Automotive Brands Group for $53 million in 2012 and incorporated it into its automotive division. The company then sold its automotive division to Burson Group in 2015 for $275 million. The chief executive officer of the automotive division was Supercar driver Paul Dumbrell.
Metcash Food & Grocery Supermarkets
- Campbells Wholesale
- Campbells Cash & Carry
- Cash & Carry WA
- C-Store Distribution
- Lucky 7 Convenience stores
- IGA X-Press stores
- Friendly Grocer
Australian Liquor Marketers
- IGA liquor
- The Bottle O
- Thirsty Camel
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