Aldi has confirmed that it has no plans to start online sales in Ireland, despite announcing its intentions to introduce an eCommerce platform in the UK.
A statement from Aldi Ireland said; “Aldi currently has no plans to introduce an eCommerce platform in Ireland. However, it is an area we monitor as part of our customer-focused approach."
The German discounter announced that it will commence selling wine by the case online in the UK, for home delivery or collection, starting in early 2016. That will be followed by special offers on non-food items in the spring.
Aldi Ireland added, “We currently have a total of 119 Irish stores with plans to continue our expansion over the coming years. Our focus on offering the best quality products and range at unbeatable, straightforward prices is bringing more and more shoppers through our doors and our new store opening programme will continue to meet the on-going customer demand."
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