Biedronka opened 40 new stores in December and will open 10 more tomorrow, the network said.
“The numerous openings of new outlets recently prove how dynamically we are developing as the largest retail network in Poland. It is possible thanks to the enormous commitment and dedication of our employees. In addition, the opening of new branches allowed to create about 1,000 new jobs, ”said Paweł Stolecki, operational director of the macroregion, quoted in the press release.
The last quarter of 2021 is full of challenges for Biedronka. At the end of October, the chain opened 10 new branches, incl. in Opoczno, Lubrza, Ząbkowice Śląskie, Pławno, Urszulin, Ińsk, Gliwice and Warsaw. On the last day of November alone, 7 more stores were launched – 4 new ones (Niemcz, Olsztyn, Warsaw, Pisz) and 3 newly renovated (Sosnowiec, Włocławek, Zielona Góra), it was recalled.
Until December 30, inclusive, Biedronka opened 40 new branches in 10 provinces: Lublin (Milejów, Chełm, Adamów, Michów, Świdnik), Pomeranian (Kielno), West Pomeranian (Mścice), Greater Poland (Ujście, Kleczew, Piła, Stare Miasto, Rokietnica, Szamocin) , Rozdrażew, Mochy), Lower Silesia (Świętoszów, Bardo, Wrocław, Milicz, Pielgrzymka), Świętokrzyskie (Stąporków, Wiślica, Krasocin, Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski), Subcarpathian (Nienadowa, Jasionka, Dębowiec, Nowa Dęba, Żarnowiec – two stores), Warmińsko- Masuria (Elbląg, Iława, Miłakowo, Mrągowo), Lesser Poland (Zembrzyce, Szczurowa. Lisia Góra) and Masovian (Dębe Wielkie, Kosów Lacki, Michałowice, Goworówek).
Even before the beginning of the new calendar year, ie December 31, they will be joined by 10 more stores. They will be, among others in Częstochowa, Orzechowo, Warsaw, Gdańsk, Stary Kurów and Przytoczna, also mentioned.