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A new Lidl in Laroque-d’Olmes, France

It took only four months for Lidl to set up shop and welcome its customers to its brand new commercial space, a 990 m2 sales area, on the Intounadou site.

The day before the opening, the ribbon cutting gave the opportunity to many guests to preview the supermarket, in the footsteps of Hélène Vivien.

The regional property manager explained the new generation store, computerized and connected, fridges, cold rooms, lighting, maximum optimization at the ecological level, the roof of 2 000 m2 with solar panels that provide 20% to 30% of the needs of the store, the places Permeable parking, the electric charging station in free access …

“This store offers a plus in the quality of work, zero waste, the desire for sustainable development, there is perfect respect in the chain of fresh and cold products. The city of Olmes deserved this new generation store “, assured Hélène Vivien,GM of the store.

The twelve employees of the former Lidl Dreuilhe, which was closed previously, have been reclassified, eight more were hired.

Patrick Laffont, the mayor said: “The commercial status of Laroque-d’Olmes is very dynamics, challenge taken up, challenge held, with the desire to undertake; the results are noticed, it serves the whole territory and beyond, “.

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