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Grocery Retailer Aldi Expanding Corporate Footprint In Dublin, Ohio

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Aldi plans to expand its corporate footprint in Dublin, Ohio, creating 30 new jobs. Hiring for national real estate services, real estate analytics, goods not for resale, facilities systems and sustainability positions will begin in the first quarter of 2021.

The Aldi National Real Estate Services office at 5115 Parkcenter Ave. opened four years ago and is primarily responsible for the company’s domestic real estate strategy for new markets as well as its existing store network. Aldi is experiencing growing demand for its products across the U.S., including Ohio, so expanding its workforce in the Columbus Region will assist with increased logistical planning. The company currently employs 45 full-time staff at its corporate facility in Dublin.

Aldi, with its U.S. headquarters in Batavia, Illinois, has held the title of Value Leader among U.S. grocery stores for 10 years running, according to the latest Market Force Information U.S. Grocery Competitive Study. The company is aggressively expanding its store count and is now one of America’s fastest-growing grocery retailers with more than 2,000 stores across 37 states.

“Aldi is a leader in the grocery industry, and we are thrilled to see such an innovative, high-growth company expand its presence in Dublin,” said City of Dublin Director of Economic Development Colleen Gilger. “The company’s decision to increase its headcount by nearly 70 percent is not only proof of the Columbus Region’s strong retail and back-office sectors, but also our ability to support high-growth companies that are expanding their national reach.”

The Columbus Region has significant back-office and technology talent with concentrations of software developers, financial specialists and customer service representatives well above the national average. Large and fast-growing companies alike benefit from the affordability of real estate and talent, allowing companies access to top talent at a better value. Companies operating in the region continue to pursue innovation, testing new processes and products in Columbus, which is demographically representative of the nation as a whole.

 “As demand for Aldi’s products grows throughout North America, its real estate strategy is being driven from the Columbus Region,” said JobsOhio President and CEO J.P. Nauseef. “This expansion brings 30 jobs to the Dublin corporate facility that will play an essential role in advancing Aldi’s approach to growth and efficiencies.”

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