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Changes to stores' portfolio

Tesco has today briefed its employees about the closure of 32 loss-making stores. This comes as part of the plan to reduce operating costs and improve competitiveness and profitability of the business in Poland.

Martin Behan, Tesco Polska Managing Director commented: “We are continuously reviewing our assets and take decisions where we see no route to profitability. These decisions are always tough but needed as losses generated by these stores undermine the performance of Tesco in Poland.”

Our immediate priority is to support affected colleagues. Where possible we will make every effort to look for other suitable roles within the business for affected colleagues who are flexible on role and location“, added Martin Behan.

 

A list of the stores to be closed:

  • Bochnia Proszowska
  • Bytom Tarnogórska
  • Częstochowa Sabinowska
  • Dąbrowa Tarnowska Sucharskiego
  • Grudziądz Wyspiańskiego
  • Kluczbork Byczyńska
  • Kłodawa Gorzowska 700-lecia
  • Kolbuszowa Tarnobrzeska
  • Łapy Sikorskiego
  • Łódź Natalii
  • Maków Mazowiecki Pułaskiego
  • Ostrów Wielkopolski Majorka
  • Parczew Harcerska
  • Piła Wyspiańskiego
  • Pleszew Sienkiewicza
  • Polkowice Młyńska
  • Rawa Mazowiecka Konstytucji
  • Rawicz Kamińskiego
  • Ropczyce Grunwaldzka
  • Rumia Wybickiego
  • Skarżysko Kamienna Piłsudskiego
  • Skarżysko Kamienna Spółdzielcza
  • Skoczów Fabryczna
  • Świebodzice Wałbrzyska
  • Tczew Armii Krajowej
  • Toruń Wapienna
  • Turek Konińska
  • Warszawa Fieldorfa 37
  • Warszawa Sosnkowskiego
  • Wodzisław Śląski 26 Marca
  • Zgierz Łódzka
  • Żabno Tarnowska