Aldi opens its “Future Store” in Trim
Aldi has officially opened its latest store, in Trim, Co. Meath. 20 new jobs have been created at the new store, which features Aldi's ambitious new "Future Store" layout and image.
16 November 2017 | 0
Aldi has officially opened its new store in Trim, Co. Meath, which features its Aldi “Future Store” design and layout. The new store, boasts wider aisles and hi-spec fixtures and fittings. Chiller space has been expanded 40%, while the fresh food located at the front of the store and new signage provides a more “efficient and hassle-free” shopping experience.
The fifth Aldi outlet in Meath and the 130th in the country, the new store’s floor area measures more than 13,000sq ft, and provides 107 free parking spaces for customers.
Speaking at the store opening, Sarah Owens, Manager of Aldi’s new Trim store said,
Sarah Owens, manager of the new Aldi supermarket said she and the team are delighted to open the store, and look forward welcoming customers from the local community. “The Future Store design is much more spacious than a typical Aldi store,” Owens said, “and we are confident that our customers will find it provides a more enjoyable shopping experience.
“Aldi has grown in popularity across Ireland in recent years and we are pleased to make the quality, value and variety of our product ranges available to more people throughout Co. Meath,” she said.
Aldi’s current programme aims to open 20 new stores by 2019, creating 400 new jobs. Aldi is also investing in revamping and refurbishing its existing store network nationwide, introducing the “Future Store” design and layout.