Aldi unveils new look for Huddersfield stores with £300m investment plan

Aldi unveils new look for Huddersfield stores with £300m investment plan
 

The British arm of Aldi has said it will invest £300m in store revamps after posting another year of record sales – despite profits coming under pressure in the supermarket price war.
The cash will be used to spruce up its fixtures for beers, wines and spirits and fresh produce, as well as a new “food to go” feature, with more than 100 stores to be refurbished in 2017.
Chief executive Matthew Barnes said the move was the result of a “listening exercise” involving more than 50,000 shoppers.
The German-owned firm, which has stores at Aspley, Milnsbridge, Slaithwaite, Elland and the Ringway... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 26
Source: Examiner
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