Amcor has added another Nisa property in West Yorkshire to its rapidly growing UK portfolio.
The location marks the retailer’s 17th British acquisition in its network of stores across Northern and Central England, alongside parts of Wales.
The business has confirmed that the existing staff will remain employed at the outlet, and that one employee will be promoted to store manager.
It will also reportedly maintain its Nisa fascia and selection of products, meaning customers can still purchase Co-op ranges and the convenience retailer’s discount promotions and deals.
The symbol group added that the business intends to develop and renovate the shop over the coming months.
The updates are set to include the introduction of newspaper sales and the installation of a coffee machine.
The company has been in partnership with Nisa for the past three years and aims to grow its collection of outlets to over 30 stores in the next year.
“We’re delighted to get this sale over the line and make it our 17th store for the group and number five for the years,” Amcor head of acquisitions Alex Wilson said.
“We’ll be keeping the same instore team with one of the existing members of staff being promoted to the store manager role.
“Shoppers will not only continue to be able to buy the same products but they’ll also see the same faces.”