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Aldi opens a new location in Cabra, generating 30 new local jobs.

Aldi opens a new location in Cabra, generating 30 new local jobs.
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In the Cabra neighborhood of north Dublin, a new Aldi store has opened, bringing 30 new local jobs.

The new shop, the 26th to open in the county, is a component of Aldi's €73 million Dublin development strategy. Over the following five years, they intend to open 11 new stores.

Four electric vehicle charging stations and 66 parking spaces will be available to Cabra shoppers. Ten bike parking places will also be available outside the Aldi shop in addition to this.





 
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The store is run entirely on green electricity and has solar panels on the roof in an effort to be as environmentally friendly as possible.

Additionally, Aldi's new electronic shelf labels, which take the place of conventional paper price labels in stores, make it possible to inform customers quickly and simply of changes to inventory or prices.

In 1999, the first Aldi store in Ireland opened on Parnell Street. With 26 outlets throughout the county, the business now employs 673 people in Dublin and pays a combined total of €20.3 million in salaries.

Aldi spent €193 million in 2022 with Dublin-based suppliers, working with 81 regional companies.