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IKEA Ireland wants to expand its presence where they have not been physically present before

Furniture giant Ikea has announced its expansion into Ireland with the opening of a new plan and order point in County Carlow, scheduled to open on February 23. This marks the retailer's fifth plan and order point in Ireland, with more locations planned for this year. These specialized stores focus on kitchen and wardrobe design planning, complementing existing sites in Cork, Naas, Drogheda, and Dublin. Ikea Ireland's Market Manager, Martyn Allan, expressed excitement about bringing Swedish home furnishings to new areas and assisting customers who live far from the Ballymun store. Additionally, Ikea plans to invest €4.5m to upgrade its Ballymun location and will open a Customer Distribution Centre in Rathcoole, Dublin, later this spring, aiming to reduce delivery times to 2-3 days. Global CEO Jesper Brodin praised the Irish team's success and expressed optimism about Ikea's future in Ireland during his visit to the Ballymun store.

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Source: Irishexaminer

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