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STRO: Grocery Retailer Salling Group expands e-grocery pickup offer with StrongPoint Grocery Lockers

11:36 / 2 February 2022 StrongPoint Press release

2.2.2022 11:36:04 CET | StrongPoint | Additional regulated information required
to be disclosed under the laws of a member state

(Oslo, 2 February 2022) StrongPoint, a leading retail technology provider,
announces that Salling Group, the largest grocery retailer in Denmark, has
ordered additional grocery lockers from StrongPoint as well as adding modules to
their current locker installations from StrongPoint for their føtex chain.

StrongPoint has been working with Salling Group since 2019 when it first won a
competitive tender for a pilot project for temperature-controlled click and
collect grocery lockers. The initial pilot included lockers at five store
locations. Following the success of the first roll-out Salling Group has decided
to install StrongPoint grocery lockers in eight new locations and add additional
capacity to their existing units as they continue to expand their e-grocery
pickup offer.

"We have been piloting StrongPoint grocery lockers with our føtex chain which
has been a great success. Therefore, we are now ready to expand the offering to
even more stores in 2022 and continue building on our strong partnership with
StrongPoint. Our customers love the option to pick up groceries in a flash,
while for us we appreciate that we can fulfil orders extremely quickly which
creates efficiency savings. The solution is easy to install and operate and fits
perfectly into our strategy of serving our customers anyway they want to shop
online. We look forward to the expanded collaboration with StrongPoint and to
bring grocery lockers to even more customers in Denmark," said Kristoffer
Schmidt Sørensen, Head of Omnichannel & Strategy, føtex.

"We are proud to continue partnering with Salling Group to further expand their
e-grocery pickup offer. As the demand for e-groceries increases, existing
grocery retailers have opportunities to leverage their store network by turning
them into digital e-grocery pickup hubs. With grocery lockers they have the
benefit of providing a pickup solution at speed and scale that is convenient and
efficient for both customers and retail staff. We look forward to continuing our
partnership with Salling Group to expand and scale their e-grocery offer," said
Jacob Tveraabak, StrongPoint CEO.

About StrongPoint

StrongPoint is a retail technology company that provides solutions to make shops
smarter, shopping experiences better and online grocery shopping more efficient.
With over 400 employees in Norway, Sweden, the Baltics and Spain and together
with a wide partner network, StrongPoint supports businesses in more than 20
countries. StrongPoint provides in-store cash management and payment solutions,
electronic shelf labels, self-checkouts, task and labor management software,
click & collect temperature-controlled grocery lockers, in-store and drive-thru
grocery pickup solutions and, grocery order picking solutions. StrongPoint is
headquartered in Norway and is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with a revenue
of 1bn NOK [ticker: STRO].

About Salling Group

Salling Group is Denmark's largest retail group and serves 11 million customers
per week. With grocery stores in three countries, webshops, departments stores,
coffee shops, restaurants and as a supplier of meal boxes in the whole country,
we intervene in the lives of millions of people every single day. Our choices
make a difference for customers, colleagues, partners, suppliers and the
community among us. That is why we have a great responsibility that we take
seriously working every day to improve everyday day life.


This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to Section
5-12 the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.


* Hilde Horn Gilen, CFO StrongPoint ASA, +47 920 60 158,


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