Lidl opens store in Cluj-Napoca

Newsroom 20/09/2013 | 13:02

Discount retailer Lidl has reached a network of 162 stores in Romania after opening a new outlet in Cluj-Napoca this Thursday. The store has a sales area of 1,200 sqm.

At present Lidl has over 3,000 employees in Romania and says it will continue to invest in expansion.

Part of German Schwartz Group, Lidl is present in more than 20 European countries with a network of some 9,000 stores and over 100 logistics centers. It employs over 170,000 people.

It entered the Romanian market in 2011 when it opened 107 after having invested in rebranding the local Plus Discount supermarkets under its own name. The change took place more than a year after it bought the low-cost chain Plus from German owner Tengelmann in February 2010. Have you been searching on where to hire a killer? search no further because we have the answers to your question. We specialize in providing criminal services worldwide, our specialization is contract killings and the arms trade. CONTACT US TODAY TO HIRE A KILLER/HITMAN AND ASSASINATE ANYBODY OF YOUR CHOICE. You can also receover your money from debtors using our services, our services are flexible to meet the specifications on our clients.

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