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In this article we round up the latest initiatives from Aldi and Lidl UK and Ireland to address the challenges created by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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Lidl Denmark announced the introduction of two biogas-powered lorries to its fleet used for transporting refrigerated products. Being more sustainable The lorries will form part of Lidl’s food distribution network, and will be transporting goods from the logistics centre in Køge to stores across Sjælland. Marcus Gustafsson, Lidl’s Chief Operating Officer, commented: " At Lidl, we have a ...
Lidl and Irish postal services provider An Post have joined efforts to offer customers the opportunity to collect parcels from lockers located in Lidl’s car parks. Available in and around Dublin Customers based in Dublin and the surrounding commuter areas are able to collect their parcels from a secure An Post parcel locker, accessible 24 hours a day, with the exception of a couple of store...
Lidl has announced the purchase of land adjacent to its existing warehouse in Bridgend (South Wales), as it looks to to extend its distribution centre (DC) to over 387,500 sq ft. Supporting its growing network of stores According to Lidl, the expansion plans provide “capacity to increase the workforce further in the future”. At the moment, the DC, which is one of 13 Lidl DC’s operating acro...


To face any potential staff shortage and to help meet the high demand during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, Lidl is planning to hire more than 1,000 temporary employees.

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