Further Domino’s kitchens to open for 24 hours

NEW ORLEANS - SEPTEMBER 19:  Domino's Pizza worker Lyle Landry puts a pizza into an oven inside a small tralier September 19, 2005 in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. Mike Schlater, a Domino's Pizza franchise owner, came down from Indiana to hand out free pizzas to law enforcement officials, relief worker and clean up crews in appreciation of all the work they have done during the aftermath of Hurrican Katrina.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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.




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