German retailer Metro Cash & Carry plans to open 8-10 stores in the country every year for the next four years at an investment of around Rs 2,400 crore. The average investment in a store is Rs 60 crore. The company recently launched its center at Borivali in Mumbai. The Borivili centre offers as assortment of 10,000 products (food and non-food) to business customers including hotels, restaurants, caterers, traders and small offices. The distribution centre is spread over four acres and has a selling space of approximately 60,000 sq feet. Metro Cash & Carry, which entered the Indian market in 2003, presently operates six wholesale distribution centres, including two each in Bangalore and Hyderabad, and one each in Mumbai, Kolkata and Ludhiana. As part of the expansion plan, the company will plans to open a store in Jalandhar in December and another in Delhi in January.