The convenience store brand has just opened its new location in Phnom Penh.
Cambodia’s first 7-Eleven store opened yesterday in one of Southeast Asia’s busiest capital cities, Phnom Penh.
The master franchise agreement was awarded to CP ALL Cambodia Co., Ltd, with sole authorization to develop and operate 7-Eleven locations across Cambodia. CP ALL Cambodia Co., Ltd is a subsidiary of CP All Public Company Limited which operates over 12,000 7-Eleven locations across Thailand and is the single largest licensee for the brand.
The location will occupy the first floor of an office building in the Prev Pnok district, located on the outskirts of Phnom Penh. The store’s address is 41,43 National Route 6A, Prek Leab Village, Sangkat Prek Leab, Khan Chroy Changva.
The master franchisee has plans to open further locations in the year.
“CP All is an innovative partner and exceptional 7-Eleven store operator, and I have no doubt that they will continue that tradition in Cambodia,” said Joe DePinto, president and chief executive officer of 7–Eleven.
“We worked closely with them to ensure we offer the right mix of popular 7-Eleven products from across the globe, as well as our own creations of local favorites.”
The store will remain open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
“It is always exciting to introduce 7-Eleven to a completely new country of customers experiencing for the first time the convenience, quality, freshness and highest standard of service we offer,” DePinto said.
“We now operate in several Asian countries, and each one has something unique to offer and teach us about the business in their part of the world.”
Based in Irving, Texas, the 7-Eleven brand has grown to over 77,000 locations in 17 countries and regions since its foundation in 1927.