Hiperdino opens new store in Güímar its largest in Tenerife
HiperDino had the inauguration yesterday in the Güímar Industrial Estate, of the largest store that the company has on the island, and in which it has invested 9 million euros, covers 3,173 square metres, and employs 105 staff.
A company statement said that Hiperdino is one of the first companies in Spain to use 3D luminaire bulbs made from 100% recyclable polycarbonate materials, after closing an agreement with manufacturer, Philips.
The centre also has a totem pole sign unique in the Canary Islands due to its size, which is 30 metres high, using 23,550 kilograms of steel to make it.
Work started on this project in July 2019, and 31 companies have taken part with more than 500 people being indirectly employed during the build.
HiperDino is a Canarian based and owned supermarket company, that has 231 stores and employs more than 8,000 people, according to data provided by the company itself.