Dunnes Stores Centralises Irish Store Ownership
Dunnes Stores has streamlined its business by centralising the ownership of its Irish stores through a single company, reports the Irish Times.
Last month, the retailer merged at least 16 parts of its corporate structure into Dunnes Stores Ireland Company (DSIC), which has been a part of the group for a long time but never before owned all 115 stores in the Republic of Ireland.
According to the Irish Times, DSIC has now taken ownership of stores in Arklow, Cavan, Letterkenny, Tralee and Kilnamanagh in west Dublin that were previously owned by a variety of different companies within the Dunnes Stores group.
The newly merged businesses also include several property and holding companies.
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