Supported by several years of experience and a strong network of professionals, STC offers its customers a comprehensive product range from various kinds of meat, fruits and vegetables, dry goods and non-food items. We negotiate rates to maintain high competitiveness and regularly import new products on the local market.

STC imports department is always looking for new and innovative food and non-food products such as specialty food, health and well-being, home wares, kitchen wares, toys but also for suppliers who can supply good quality basic commodities (sunflower oil, powder milk, onions, potatoes, red lentils, flour, sugar, rice, margarine, salt) at a reasonable cost.

STC is looking for potential suppliers or producers from all over the world, who are willing to build mutually beneficial partnership with us. We are importing from different countries around the globe, including Africa, Europe, USA, China and other Asian countries, India, Sri Lanka, New Zealand and UAE. We are diversifying the suppliers with the aim of obtaining a diverse quality of goods at affordable prices and ensuring the availability of most goods at all time.

To achieve theses aims, we often go directly to the source, visiting factories and meeting with suppliers. Several weeks per year, the imports department staff and the CEO are devoting time to attend fairs and exhibitions around the world to ensure STC remains at the cutting edge and are able to source new products and negotiate prices.

The imports department is composed of purchasing officers, buyers and product managers who are specialized in each sector (perishable and dry goods). This leads to more accurate sourcing in terms of cost and quality.

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STC wishes to inform its valued customers of its operating hours for the following days:

 Friday 27th October 2017: STC Grand Anse Mahe Supermarket will remain CLOSED due to PUC power interruption in the area. Subject to power reconnection in the afternoon, the supermarket is expected to resume its operations at 3.30 pm.

 Saturday 28th October 2017: STC Hypermarket- 09 am to 12 noon. Business will resume the next day as per usual Sunday business hours.

 Wednesday 01st November, 2017 - (Public Holiday ‘All Saints Day’) All STC operations on Mahe, Praslin & La Digue including the Hypermarket will remain CLOSED. Normal business operations will resume on Thursday 02nd November 2017.

STC thanks you for your usual understanding.
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