Aldi announces supply chain investment as it expands into Western Australia

Adam Leach is a freelance business journalist
23 May 2016

Low-cost grocer Aldi has vowed to make a “long-term investment” in suppliers and contractors across Western Australia (WA) as it readies to open its first stores in the country’s biggest state.

Launching its brand new AUS$60m distribution centre in the Perth suburb of Jandakot, which was built by WA-based contractor Georgiou Group, the German company pledged to support the local economy and ramp up its procurement spend in the state.

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