Domino’s to add 200 stores to Indonesia market
Domino is to add a further 200 stores in Indonesia and Singapore over the next two years.
The company said the additions will help it expand its operations in the region, adding that the Indonesian and Singaporean markets are also growing faster than in the United States.
Domino’s, which has stores in Singapore and Malaysia, plans to open 200 new stores this year.
In Indonesia, Domino will open 200 more stores over the same period, the company said in a statement.
Dominos Singapore branch, located in Surabaya, is one of the most popular locations in the country.
The Singapore branch is in the same building as the Domino store, and both are owned by Domino.
The Domino and Domino Singapore branches also have a large number of employees in Singapore, Singapore’s capital.
The expansion of Domino stores in Asia will make Indonesia a bigger place to shop for pizza, Dominos said.
Domos store in Surawong, Indonesia, on March 8, 2020.
(Photo: Domos Malaysia)Dominos said that in the next three years, the Singapore branch will open a total of 600 stores in the two markets.
Domo’s Singapore branch opened in November 2018.
The Singapore branch currently has 1,300 employees.
Dominated Domino in Singapore opened in late November.
It has 2,000 employees.
In Indonesia, the Dominos Singapore and Domos Indonesia branches are both owned by a joint venture between Domino, Domos and Domo Group.
Domoso Group, which owns Dominos, Domo Malaysia and Dominos Indonesia, is owned by the Indonesian company Tanah Merah.
In 2018, the Indonesia government launched a plan to increase the number of restaurants and shops that can operate from 500 to 1,000 across the country, according to an official statement.