DP Poland, the operator of the popular Domino’s Pizza brand in Poland, has reported a significant rise in like-for-like sales for the first half of the year. Sales increased by 18% compared to the previous year, due in part to an 11% increase in order count. The company remains optimistic about its future performance and expects this positive trend to continue.
Expanding its footprint in the region, DP Poland plans to open two new stores in Poland and one in Croatia by the end of the year. In the first half of the year, the company successfully opened one store and refurbished four in Poland, while also launching its fourth location in Croatia.
While food and energy inflationary costs have started to decrease, labor inflationary pressures are still present. DP Poland acknowledges these challenges and is committed to ongoing optimization projects to mitigate their impact.
Chief Executive Nils Gornall emphasized the company’s efforts to enhance customer satisfaction and strengthen consumer loyalty. This strategic approach has placed DP Poland in a favorable position to take advantage of the vast potential in both the Polish and Croatian markets.