Where is Aldi Corporate office Headquarters

Aldi Headquarters Address and Contact

Aldi
  • Address:  1200 North Kirk Road, Batavia, IL 60510-1477, United States
  • Phone Number: 630-879-8100
  • Fax Number: 630-879-8114
  • Email: N/A
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    Number of Employees: N/A 
  • Established: 1975
  • Founder: N/A
  • Key People: Mr. Jason Hart (CEO)

Aldi Headquarters Location & Directions

Aldi Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Mr. Charles E. Youngstrom

Co-President

David Behm

Co-President

Scott Patton

Vice President of Batavia Division

Bob Grammer

Vice President of Center Valley Division

Christopher A. Jessup

Chief Commercial Officer

About Aldi, History and Headquarters Information

History

Aldi was founded in the year 1946. The company has been active for over 70 years. The founders of the company were Karl Albrecht and Theo Albrecht. The business was run by the Albrecht brothers and by the year 1950, the company already had 13 stores under its name. The main aim of the company was to sell products at competitive prices to its customers. This allowed the company to automatically deduct the 3 per cent legal rebate from the product, instead of letting the customer send over the rebate bills to reclaim their money. Then in the year 1960, due to a dispute between the two brothers, and therefore the company was split between the two brothers. In 1966, one half of the company was known as Aldi Nord and the other one being Aldi Sud.

During the 1970s and the 1980s, the company started expanding internationally as well. In the year 1976, the first shop in the USA was established. In 1979, Aldi Nord had taken over the business of Trader Joe’s. Then in the year 1993, both of the Albrecht brothers retired and then proceeded to donate most of their wealth to charity. As of the year 2014, one of the brothers, Karl Albrecht passed away and left a personal wealth of $17.2 billion. Aldi Nord came a close second with the owners having a personal wealth of $16 billion. The headquarters of the company is based in 1200 North Kirk Road. The name of the place is Batavia, while the name of the state is Illinois, USA. The pin code of the area is 60510.

About

Aldi is a company based in Germany that focuses on providing discounted products via its supermarket retail stores, to all of its customers worldwide. The company has more than 10,000 stores, across 20 different countries all over the world. In Germany, Aldi Nord has its presence across 35 regions and 2,500 stores. Similarly, Aldi Sud has its presence over 32 areas and has 1,600 stores. As of the year 2010, the total revenue generated by the company is more than 53 billion Euros. The two companies jointly spread across 9,200 locations all over the world.

Services

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have the retail presence to purchase various kinds of food products, beverages, sanitary products and even other household essentials as well, at discounted prices. The company also has its own in-house product brands as well, which it exclusively sells via its own supermarket retail stores.

Aldi Headquarters Photos

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  • Jennifer Ling says:

    To: Management and Store Acquisitions,

    Store Location is my reason for this email-
    I do not understand and am very frustrated at at the fact we do not seem to be able to get an Aldi In Osage Beach or Lake Ozark. We had read there was an Aldi going in on Hwy 54 and the community was rejoicing with that news but it failed to happen. This should be a no brainer location with all the tourist, lower income families and wealthy tourist that love the Aldi/Trader Joe’s name and products. There seems like there are many Aldi’s in smaller areas than ours. Many of us travel an hour to Jefferson City or further locations for our Aldi run. I belong to the Chamber of Commerce here along with many other organizations both comprised of women and men and conversations never fail to land on “why can’t an Aldi be in the works for our area.

    We have the larger stores like Walmart, Hyvee and Dierbergs but there seems to be a trend now to get away from the larger over-priced markets and enjoy the smaller stores and peacefulness of shopping where prices are lower and there are many more unique products.
    Why now more than ever? Because there is a chain of markets here called Woods that are smaller but the new ownership has taken it from a great little market to much poorer quality products and have increased their prices so much that residences are boycotting their stores. Now forced to Walmart to do even their smallest shopping.

    I was one of those residents yesterday, leaving the store after getting not even a quarter of what was on my list and swearing never to go back. The cashier saying she does not even shop there due to the prices.!!!
    Like many residents we are transplants from other areas, many who miss their Aldi- We moved here from Ca. and missed Trader Joe’s but then found Aldi in a St. Louis suburb where our daughters live. As families on a budget they frequent Aldi 2-3 times a week. People in this are a mix of lower income families, seniors on a budget and wealthier vacationers who want to stock up without the hassle of trying to maneuver though Walmart in the vacation season- March-October but especially through the summer months.

    Please explain to me why we are not considered for a store. Would a petition help or what can we as a community do to make this happen. I am the spokesman for entire community and was asked to contact Aldi. Would you please see that this letter gets to the right people and respond to our request to have an Aldi store at the Lake.
    There is a great location and one that is already built in fact. It is right on Business 54 next to the Kohl’s with plenty of parking and is brand new. The building appears large enough with multi entrances.

    Thank you very much for your consideration. We are frustrated and hope that Aldi can see the rewards of having access to a store in this location. You would have multi areas that would benefit by your store, Lake Ozark, Osage Beach, Eldon, Versailles, Sunrise Beach, Porta Cima area Laurie to name a few.
    In closing please feel free to reach out and explain the status of your future locations and if we have a chance to be in the running.

    Thank you,
    Jennifer Ling
    1949 Cherokee Rd.
    Lake Ozark, Mo. 65049
    573 280-7488

     
  • Elfrieda Tullar says:

    I wonder if these comments are read by anyone other than other “guests”. I go to the Aldi on Wickham Road, in Melbourne, FL. I contacted Customer service back in June because I was surprised to find that the “fresh” garlic they’re selling is actually from China — and they bleached ! No way would I buy this.
    Their frozen fish, wild caught, is actually processed in China.
    Can we talk sardines ? I like sardines packed in water. I don’t want the ones in hot sauce, mustard sauce, soy oil or any other sauce. They used to stack these separately on the shelves. No more; now there are about three boxes with all the different varieties, supposedly, in each. Who the heck has the time to go through large boxes of sardines to find the ones you want ? I can’t find the ones in water anymore – anyway. I was told that is the way they come in now — all mixed varieties in each box.
    I received an email from Customer Service a while later — they are looking into it ! I’ve placed two more calls to their Customer Service dept. since then; the last was about a week ago. No-one has an answer for me on any of the questions I’ve asked. They are referring this to their Buyer(s). I’m still waiting ! I really want to know about the garlic specifically as I thought most of their fresh produce was organic. The fish I will buy somewhere else. But, come on now; ship the darned sardines in the boxes as you receive them — separate packing sauces.

     
  • Patricia champion says:

    I’m inquiring to you about a store in Montour falls my 14865 i know that the dollar General is moving so that location will be empty they have parking it’s on rt 14 montour falls ny we are so in need of a aldies our
    closest is big flats horsheads area Ithaca and pen n yan please look into this. Sincerely pat champion montour falls ny

     
  • Harold Eugene Johnson says:

    Arrived Aldi #64, 10475 Blue Ridge Boulevard in Kansas City, Missouri at 6:00 PM CDT on May 30, 2019. Construction workers and equipment, but the store appeared to be closed. Turned around, and went to Walmart. — Harold Eugene Johnson, 4213n47@gmail.com

     
  • Phyllis says:

    I shop at the Aldi in Mentor Ohio. Love the store; the personnel r terrific, friendly, and helpful. I know u don’t stock everything, but u give me the basics. Except for one very important basic. Parsley. Parsley is a common and important herb especially in Italian cooking and their r plenty of Italians in Mentor. Please reconsider carrying parsley so I don’t have to shop at another store to get it. Thank u.
    An (almost) satisfied Aldi customer.

     
  • Claudia says:

    To the eco: I want to voice a complaint against the manager of the Aldi store on van dyke in Shelby twp, mi. This store used to be so nice, what happened? It is a mess in there. All she does is set in her office, very little do you even see her on the floor. She does very little period from what I see. Shelf spaces are empty , boxes all over. And I can’t complain about the workers, at least the ones I know. Chaunette, Tami, Cheryl and Delmar, to name a few. They have been exceptional, very hard workers. All of the new ones I don’t know that well. This store is the worst Aldi around here now. I live a few blocks away from this store and have even considered going to the 16 mile store. Half the time I go there they don’t have an item or two that I am looking for. This morning I went there at 9:10 am. All of the flowers were not even on the floor. When I asked if this is all the flowers they got in they responded “no, we did’n’t know everyone would be here so early.” I said, “what do you mean? Everyone knows that on flower Wednesday people are lined up at the door to get in.” they responded that “they were new and they didn’t know that.” And I can’t blame them for what they didn’t know. This is what I am talking about. The manager should have instructed them. They felt bad and they kept apologizing. I told them it was not their fault it was the managers fault. I know this might seem trivial but this is just an example. It seems like the workers get more of their work done when she is not there. Pitiful! I want this to go to the ceo or someone in charge. PLEASE!!! Get us a new manager so we can have a good store again. PLEASE!!!

     
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