LONDON (FNS) -- The warehouse club wars in Britain are heating up with the opening of the first Cargo Club in Croydon, England. The 100,000-square-foot club just south of London is owned by Nurdin & Peacock, one of the United Kingdom's largest cash-and-carry operators, with sales of about $2.25 billion annually. It opened March 14. Nurdin & Peacock is tilting Cargo Club more to the general consumer to prevent the club from eating into the customer base for its 46 cash-and-carries. ...

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