Lidl boosting jobs at its distribution centre in Kildare
Sheetal Sukhija - Friday 12th January, 2018
The retailer said that it will create 100 new jobs at its new distribution centre in Newbridge
The company said it will begin construction on the 54,000 sqm centre starting April
When the construction is complete, the retailer will employ a total of over 350 people
KILDARE, Ireland - After receiving planning permission from the Kildare County Council to construct a 54,000 sqm distribution hub, Lidl is set to add new jobs.
The discount retailer has said that construction on its new plant is set to begin in April and after that is complete, the company will employ over 350 people.
The company has said that the development includes the construction of a significant stretch of new public road.
This will form the first part of the Newbridge bypass.
Lidl is in the process of tendering for both the road infrastructure works and the distribution facility.
Alan Barry, property director at Lidl said in a statement, “Lidl has revolutionised the grocery market since entering Ireland in 2000 and our existing Newbridge facility has been central to our success during this period. We have rapidly expanded and now have over 150 stores in Ireland with ambitious plans to reach 200 in the next 5 years.”
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