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Aldi Australia Adopts Parent Company's Global Management Structure; Appoints Co-Managing Director

March 31, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Aldi Australia appointed Stefan Kopp as its joint managing director, adopting the retailer’s dual-management structure in place at its international operations. A 23-year veteran of the company, Kopp will manage the Australian business in partnership with group managing director Tom Daunt. Kopp’s appointment means Aldi has grown enough to support Aldi’s dual-management strategy. Data from market research firm Roy Morgan Research showed Aldi operates 340 stores across the country, with sales of $5 billion to $6 billion a year.
Sue Mitchell, "Aldi Australia doubles up on its management structure", Sydney Morning Herald, March 31, 2014, © Fairfax Media
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