Mercadona will close its dean establishment, the Alameda Camilo Sesto store, this summer. The chain assures that it will relocate the 28 affected employees in other stores of the chain in Alcoy and the region.

Mercadona will no longer have a presence in the Ensanche with the closure of the Alameda Camilo Sesto supermarket. A source of the company has confirmed to Radio Alcoy the closing this summer of this supermarket and the proposal accepted by the workers for its relocation in other establishments in the city and the region. The leading chain in food and drugstore products has declined to continue in this location, next to the bridge of La Petxina or Benisaidó, the first that opened in the city.

Mercadona plans to invest 2.3 million euros this year in the renovation of its store on Avenida de la Hispanidad, the last one to open in the city, with the aim of making it efficient and comfortable for customers and workers. This reform comes after the one carried out at the Santa Rosa supermarket last summer. The chain will have open centers in Alcoy in Santa Rosa Street, Llibertat Street, Hispanidad Avenue and El Camí.

Source: radioalcoy

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