Mathem Shakes Up Grocery Delivery with Kavall Acquisition and Mathem Express Launch

    In a strategic move that further solidifies its position as Sweden’s leading e-commerce player for groceries, Mathem has acquired Kavall, a key player in the express delivery sector. This acquisition marks a significant step forward in the realm of home food delivery services and underscores Mathem’s commitment to offering convenient and efficient shopping experiences. As a tech-driven supermarket, Mathem has established itself as a pioneer in the industry, providing customers with a seamless online shopping platform for a wide range of products, from groceries to household items and even prescription medication.

    Mathem, often referred to as Sweden’s specialized e-commerce operator for groceries, has built a reputation for its innovative approach to modern shopping. With a robust e-commerce platform accessible through both its website and mobile app, the company offers customers the convenience of browsing and ordering a diverse array of products, all from the comfort of their homes. Mathem’s extensive product range includes everything from essential groceries to kitchen supplies, home décor, pharmacy items, and even prescription medications. This comprehensive offering has earned Mathem a well-deserved place as a household name for many Swedish residents. The revenue of 2021 was approximately 270 million euros. 

    The recent acquisition of Kavall shows an exciting new chapter in Mathem’s journey. The integration of Kavall’s services into Mathem’s operations has led to the birth of “Mathem Express.” With Mathem Express, customers in Stockholm’s inner city can now experience ultra-fast grocery deliveries, receiving their orders within an impressive 30-minute window. This move is set to revolutionize the way city residents approach grocery shopping, providing a swift and efficient alternative to traditional methods.

    The merger between Mathem and Kavall has not only paved the way for quicker deliveries but has also harmonized product offerings. Customers who were accustomed to Kavall’s selection can now explore an even wider assortment of products, akin to a well-stocked neighborhood convenience store. What’s more, the pricing remains aligned with Mathem’s commitment to affordability, offering customers high-quality products at reasonable rates.m

    Johan Gertell, Mathem’s Sales and Marketing Director, is really positive about Mathem Express spreading across Stockholm’s city center. By blending the best of both companies, they’ve made the shopping experience even better for customers. John Tengberg, the CEO of Kavall, agrees and highlights how their common goals have made this merger a smart move.

    Additionally, the strategic investment from Nicoya, Bonnier Ventures, Inbox Capital, and VNV Global highlights the confidence in Mathem’s future. This investment will further support the development of an automated logistics facility, a critical component in ensuring the efficiency and effectiveness of Mathem Express’s delivery operations.

    In the rapidly evolving landscape of e-commerce and express deliveries, Mathem’s acquisition of Kavall shows the company’s dedication to innovation and customer satisfaction. As Mathem Express paves the way for ultra fast and efficient grocery deliveries, it becomes clear that Mathem is not merely a supermarket; it is a forward thinking tech driven company that continues to redefine how Swedes shop for their daily essentials. With its extensive reach and commitment to quality service, Mathem is all set to stay at the forefront of Sweden’s online grocery shopping for a long time.

    David Zingmark
    I'm a passionate individual dedicated to shining a spotlight on incredible companies. My goal is is to uncover stories by telling the most complex operations into simplified words, empowering you as a reader to gain better insights and make informed investment and/or business choices.

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