Buenos Aires, August 26, 2022 - As part of the transformation process the company is undergoing, since its acquisition by De Narváez Group (GDN) in November 2020, and with the clear goal of satisfying the needs of its clients, GDN Argentina (holding company of Híper ChangoMâs, ChangoMâs, Punto Mayorista and MâsOnline brands) introduced this Thursday two new business units and services: Mâs FARMA and Mâs AUTOCENTER. Two exclusive sites for health care and comprehensive car maintenance, respectively, distributed throughout the country. Mâs FARMA supplies the main pharmacies in the country, where pharmacists with wide expertise and care, ensure a first-class service, a reliable advice and guidance for each patient, either private clients or those that use benefits from healthcare providers or pre-paid medical plans. Moreover, it is a place where customers have access to leading brand dermocosmetics and an assortment of premium perfumery products, among other options in the 36 stores of the chain in the country. On the other hand, Mâs AUTOCENTER is a service centre for comprehensive automotive maintenance, where customers can have their vehicles serviced while they do the shopping. This is an innovative proposal, which adds on to the traditional and local rapid repair shops existing in the country. To date, GDN Argentina manages 43 Autocentres all over the country, either in Hiper ChangoMâs or ChangoMâs formats. This business units’ launch is part of the company investment plan focused on the firm purpose “to offer our clients differentiated services where they can find everything they need in one place. Mâs Farma and Mâs Autocenter are the starting point of new investments featured to bring quality services at convenient prices to all our clients”, asserts Matías Grondona, GDN Argentina General Manager. Mâs Farma launch priority includes the introduction of 36 operating pharmacies in 16 provinces, with an expanded sales area, new top-of-the-line beauty products and a wide range of imported perfumes. As for Mâs Autocenter, the launch aims to reach more clients with a distinctive fast repair service, where more than 20,000 vehicles are assisted every month across the country and 47,000 services are performed every month. Additionally, the goal is to continue offering products related to automobiles, such as tires, belts, oil filters, among more than 1,200 other items. As part of Mâs Farma and Mâs Autocenter launch, on August 25, 26 and 27 at Hiper ChangoMâs Constituyentes branch, clients will be able to enjoy antique car exhibits, premium brand beauty booths, free samples, raffles, music and many more “Más-style” surprises. Some facts: Mâs Autocenter • It is a service centre for comprehensive automotive maintenance, where customers can have their vehicles serviced while they do the shopping. • This is an innovative proposal, which adds on to the traditional and local rapid repair shops existing in the country. To date, GDN Argentina manages 43 Autocentres all over the country, either in Hiper ChangoMâs or ChangoMâs formats. • The proposal covers 60 different services, from check and repair of front axle, to brakes, suspension, bearings, alignment and balancing, electronic scanning, tires, lubricants, among others. • Open Monday through Sunday and holidays. • Every month, 20,000 vehicles are serviced all over the country, and 47,000 services are performed. • The store also offers 1,200 car care products for sale. Mâs Farma • Now, there are 36 pharmacies within Hiper ChangoMâs and ChangoMâs stores that offer clients health care products and services in a single place. • Supply to the main pharmacies in the country, and pharmacists with wide expertise ensure a first-class service, a reliable advice and guidance for each patient, both private clients and those that use benefits from healthcare providers or pre-paid medical plans. • A total of 36 pharmacies, distributed in 16 provinces with +140 collaborators. • We serve 220,000 clients per month. • The store also offers 2,400 products for sale, plus a formulary with more than 22,000 prescription drugs.