Wednesday February 19, 2020

Bargaintown warehouse project creates 80 new jobs

The owners of Dublin furniture chain Bargaintown have redeveloped two of its warehouse premises and rented them out to other retailers, creating 80 jobs.

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Joe Prendergast, operations manager, Bargaintown. Photo: Maura Hickey

The owners of the Dublin furniture chain Bargaintown have redeveloped two of its warehouse premises and rented them out to other retailers in a move that has created 80 jobs.

The firm has spent around €100,000 on redeveloping warehouse space that it owns in Finglas and Coolock, according to operations manager Joe Prendergast.

"We made the decision to sub-divide and redevelop parts of our premises last summer," he said. "In most cases, the units were ready...

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