Aldi has reopened the doors of its Palmerstown store to customers, following an extension and refurbishment of the building. The extension increased shop floor space by 40%, and also widened the shopping aisles and added further merchandising space.
The Palmerstown store first opened in June 2005. The refurbishment began in March of this year, and was aimed at providing locals with an even better shopping experience. It has also created four new jobs.
Speaking at the reopening, Henrich Ziznovsky, Manager at Aldi Palmerstown, said, “We're delighted with the finished store. The whole Aldi Palmerstown team is looking forward to welcoming customers from the locality, both existing and new.”
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