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2010-12-25 00:01:24

Executive Careers consultancy UK Knack Group has hailed German discount chain Lidl's move into the Cheshire town of Runcorn as a marvellous gesture of confidence in Britain's buoyant economy. (PRWeb UK) December 24, 2010 Executive Careers consultancy UK Knack Group has hailed German discount chain Lidl's move into the Cheshire town of Runcorn as a marvellous gesture of confidence in Britain's buoyant economy. Lidl is set to develop a tavern and two non-food retail outlets on unused land in...

2010-05-31 09:00:00

HONG KONG, May 31 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- Goodman Group (Goodman or Group) today announces the signing of an agreement with discount supermarket chain, LIDL for the development of a 39,392 sqm logistics facility at Chanteloup-les- Vignes in the Western Paris region. The development of the new distribution centre will be pre-sold to LIDL France on a forward funding basis for a total consideration of euro 28 million. Danny Peeters, Goodman's Chief Executive Officer for Continental...

2009-06-04 09:52:00

WAREGEM, Belgium and FREIBURG and NECKARSULM, Germany, June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- - Framework Agreement for the Installation and Maintenance of Solar Systems for Electricity Generation Concluded The company Lidl Stiftung, based in Neckarsulm, has entered into a framework agreement with Enfinity N.V. from Waregem, Belgium, and with SolarMarkt AG from Freiburg, Germany. The agreement relates to the installation and maintenance of solar systems on logistics centres of Lidl in Europe....

2008-09-22 09:00:49

PSJ (Jihlava, Czech Republic), construction company, started to build a large logistics centre for the retail chain Lidl CR (Czech Republic) near Merin in the middle of 2008. Costs for the whole project will reach about CEK 550 mil. The centre will start operation in Mar 2009. PSJ has already built five similar centres for Lidl CR in the Czech Republic since 2002. (c) 2008 Access Czech Republic Business Bulletin. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All rights Reserved.

2008-08-19 00:00:24

By james knock Gloucestershire farmers fear they will become pawns in a bitter price war between supermarkets as the battle to win back customers escalates. Major supermarkets have announced a new round of price cuts in an attempt to lure consumers away from budget stores such as Aldi and Lidl. Asda unveiled a range of goods for sale at 50p, including two pints of milk. The retailer said customers would be able to buy milk at its cheapest price since 2001, following increases of...

2008-08-17 18:00:34

By MICHAEL BLACKLEY ASDA, the UK's second-biggest supermarket chain, has seen a big jump in sales as price-conscious consumers snap up its value ranges and special offers. The store, which today unveiled a fresh round of 50p offers as part of the current supermarket price wars, said sales of its Smart Price discounted range have increased by 20 per cent in the last three months. Frozen food is also selling better than at any time in the last ten years as cash-strapped consumers try to...

2008-08-15 00:00:28

By James Thompson Asda is opening a new front in the supermarket price war today, as the Wal-Mart-owned grocer revealed buoyant sales in its second quarter. The UK's second biggest supermarket is cutting prices across its milk range to 50p for two pints, the lowest since 2001, as part of a wider campaign that lasts until the end of Sunday. Yesterday, Tesco tried to steal its thunder by saying it had put 18,000 products on promotion this week, as part of the 620m price cuts introduced...

2008-08-14 03:00:33

By SAMANTHA BOOTH HEALTHY eating is the last thing on people's minds now the credit crunch has hiked our cost of living. As we look to save cash, salads and vegetables are often swapped for cheap tinned and processed foods. But, with thought and planning, it is possibleto eat well and not break the bank. SAMANTHA BOOTH asked nutrition consultant Ann Paul to visit three of Britain's top supermarkets to see if she could feed a family of four with three healthy meals a day - plus a few...

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