ALDI Company
SHORT BRIEF OF THE COMPANY
The ALDI Company was established more than 20 years ago and positioned itself as the main wine and spirits distributor company in Kazakhstan.
Acquired in April 1994 by 3 entrepreneurs, led by Viktor Otkidych.
Main office located in Almaty.
Second branch were opened in Nur-Sultan in 1999.
Third branch were opened in Shymkent in 2010.
ALDI has representatives in all cites of Kazakhstan.
ALDI AT A GLANCE 2021
150 employers all over the Kazakhstan
12% of our sales generated by spirits
9,5% organic sales growth
2% of our sales generated by liquers
76% of our sales generated by wines
40% of sales generated by Nur-Sultan, Almaty and Shymkent
DID YOU KNOW?
ALDI Company are the biggest importer and distributor of wines from Europe in Kazakhstan
ALDI Company increasing sales every year at least at 10%
We opened our own customs warehouses in 2013
OUR SUPLIERS
KAZAKHSTAN PARTNERS
STRONG TEAM
- Leading in diversity. Employees from more than 10 nations, around 39% of our managers are woman
- Attractive employers: Exciting career opportunities
- Strong Performance Culture: We encourage and reward excellent performance
- Developing Strong leaders: Clear leadership principles, comprehensive trainings and development programs
LEADERSHIP AND SUSTAINABILITY
- Our sustainability strategy: achieving more with less
- Ambitious long-term goal for 2030: triple value our footprint
- 5-year-target 2021-2026 Increase our sales on 30%
- Recognized lidership: Last 7 year sector leader in wine sales in Kazakhstan
OUR VISION AND OUR VALUES
Vision:

Kazakhstan leaders in import and distribution of wine and spirits

Values:

We put our partners and customers in the center of what we do.
We value, challenge and reward our people
We drive excellent sustainable financial performance
We build our future on our family business foundation
WHAT GUIDES US

Our strategic priorities

Outperform our competitors with excellently choosed portfolio and highly inspired team
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