After a year of construction, Aldi will open the doors on its Australind store on Wednesday morning at 8.30am.
The Australind store is the sixth Aldi to open in Western Australia and the company have promised South West shoppers can expect to enjoy high-quality products at permanently low prices.
Aldi managing director for Western Australia Damien Scheidel said shoppers will not pay higher prices in the West compared to its stores on the east coast for all products except fruit and vegetables, due to regional sourcing.
“At Aldi Australia, we are committed to helping our customers stretch their grocery dollars further, without ever compromising on quality,” Mr Scheidel said.
“We look forward to helping the Australind community discover the benefits Aldi can bring to their wallets and their lifestyles.”
The Australind shop will follow ALDI’s new store format with redesigned shelving and expandedwooden produce bays, as well as energy efficient LED lighting and chillers.
It will also have sleek signage and point of sale displays.
“We have been listening to customer feedback on the eastern seaboard and believe these upgrades will make it even easier and more enjoyable for Western Australians to shop with us,” Mr Scheidel said.
The announcement follows ALDI’s recent store openings in Belmont Forum, Kwinana, Lakeside Joondalup, The Square Mirrabooka and Halls Head.
Aldi has committed to open up to 20 Western Australian stores by the end of 2016, with a total of 70 stores planned for the state, including stores in Bunbury and Busselton.
Aldi Australind will be located at Australind Shopping Centre on Mardo Avenue.
It will be open from 8.30am to 7pm Monday to Wednesday and Friday with extended trading hours until 9pm on Thursday. The store will also be open from 8.30am to 6pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
For more about Aldi Australia visit aldi.com.au.
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