Due to it no longer being profitable, Campbell's factory outlet store at Lemnos is set to close.JENNA BISHOP July 22, 2014 3:34am
Campbell’s factory outlet store will close because of declining profitability, a company representative says.
It is expected two full-time roles will be affected, although the company is still finalising details of the closure.
The Factory Shop is based at the same site as the Lemnos factory.
It sold soups, stocks, V8 juices, Kettle chips and Fray Bentos pies in addition to occasional factory seconds.
The representative said it was still confirming the factory outlet’s closure date, but would keep the public informed.
‘‘Unfortunately, the Campbell’s cash sales store is not profitable, and the decision has been made for it to close,’’ plant manager Cassandra Green said.
‘‘Employees will continue to have access to discounted Campbell’s products and Campbell’s will keep local residents informed of the shop’s final day of trading, and special offers leading up to its closure.’’
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