Aldi unveils revamped Palmerstown store

Manager Henrich Ziznovsky and the team at Aldi Palmerstown celebrating the re-opening of the store

Four new jobs created at extended south Dublin store

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28 July 2016 | 0

Aldi today re-opened the doors of its Palmerstown store to customers following an extensive renovation project which has seen the store extended and completely refurbished. Four new jobs have been created as a result of the extension.

Improvements at the newly refurbished store in south Dublin include a larger shop floor space which has been increased by over 40%, wider shopping aisles and increased merchandising space for greater grocery choice. The store also provides 84 free car parking spaces for customers.

Aldi first opened its Palmerstown store in June 2005 and in total now has 126 stores in the Republic of Ireland.

Speaking at the re-opening, Henrich Ziznovsky, manager at Aldi’s Palmerstown store said, “Following extensive renovation and refurbishment work, we are thrilled to re-open our new and improved Palmerstown store. The project has been underway since March and we’re delighted with the finished store.”

Ziznovsky added that the team is “confident that our customers will find it provides a more enjoyable and spacious shopping experience”.

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