Domino’s is set to work its catering equipment even harder after revealing this week that more of its kitchens will be running for 24 hours at a time.
The chain has converted sites in Nottingham and Liverpool to round-the-clock opening, meaning customers will be able to order a pizza whenever they want.
The sites, in West Bridgford, Nottingham, and London Road, Liverpool, will move to 24-hour opening from Monday, with an extra 10 jobs created at each venue to manage the change.
A branch in West Street, Sheffield, has also converted to 24-hour opening this month.
Domino’s Pizza spokesman Ricky Kandola told the Nottingham Post: “We have a considerable number of customers who work shifts – those who work for the emergency services, journalists, milkmen and taxi drivers – and the new service will enable them to order Domino’s when it’s their dinner time.”
Domino’s first launched a 24-hour store in the UK four years ago, with management at the time stating that business after 11pm could be as strong as other parts of the day.