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08th Feb 2021

Aldi launching click and collect service in stores across Ireland

Alan Loughnane


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Aldi has announced it will launch a click and collect service at some of its stores across Ireland following a successful trial in some of its Dublin stores.

The retailer said it plans to extend this service to customers through 15 of its stores across Ireland from Monday, 8 February to early March.

Customers will be able to pick a range of items online, then drive to their local store where a member of the Aldi staff will bring their shopping to their vehicle in a contact free manner.

Following this initial phase, the service will be extended to further stores across the country in the near future. This is in addition to the partnership already in place between Deliveroo and Aldi which offers a delivery service in selected Dublin stores.

“Following the success of the initial trials of the service, we’re really excited to now be able to offer click and collect to Irish customers in this roll-out to selected stores,” Niall O’Connor, Group Managing Director, Aldi Ireland, said.

“We’re really thrilled to offer even more ways for our customers to access the high-quality, affordable food they shop at Aldi for, especially at this time with all of us continuing to live through the impact of the pandemic.

“We are continuously reviewing and looking at new ways we can enhance our customers’ experience with Aldi and this is another solution that we’re proud to provide.”

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