The German discountkæde Aldi still have a long way to go on the Danish market.
In 2019 had Aldi is a deficit of 512 million before tax on their 180 stores in Denmark. It writes the Finance. It is according to Finance a deficit, which is 131 million dollars greater than in 2018.
The managing director of Aldi Denmark, Finn Tang, is far from satisfied.
- It is certainly not satisfactory, we come out worse than the year before. However, it must be seen in light of the fact that we are carrying out big investment in order to gear ourselves for the future, he says, to Finance.
Aldi is in progress to modernise and invest in new stores to enhance their brand image in Denmark.
They have had shops in Denmark since 1977. In the past nine years, has Aldi Denmark lost 2.4 billion dollars, writes the Financial.