Aldi Ends Year With A Total Of 50 Stores In Italy
Nine months after its arrival in Italy, Aldi has opened a total of 50 stores, exceeding the target of 45 anticipated in the retailer's development plan for 2018.
Since arriving in March, the German retailer progressively expanded its network in Northern Italy and recently opened stores in Borgaro Torinese, Casalpusterlengo, Monselice, Villanuova sul Clisi and Udine.
Aldi is now present in six Italian regions with five stores in Emilia-Romagna, eight in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, 15 in Lombardy, four in Piedmont, five in Trentino-Alto Adige and 13 in Veneto, for a total sales area of over 63,000 square metres.
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