The new store is located in Cyberjaya, Malaysia.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Domino's Pizza has opened its 14,000th store in Cyberjaya, Malaysia. The new store is the 200th store in the Malaysian market and the 3,500th in the Asia-Pacific region.

“It was just eight months ago that we cut the ribbon on our 13,000th store and here we are already celebrating another milestone — our 14,000th store,” said Patrick Doyle, Domino’s president and CEO. “Last year we were opening, on average, a new Domino’s store every seven hours. Our global growth has been tremendous. The story of our brand is clearly one of incredible momentum and brand resonance worldwide.”

Dommal Food Services Sdn. Bhd., the primary franchisee in Malaysia, opened the first store in the country in 1997. The new Cyberjaya store is just outside of the nation’s capital of Kuala Lumpur.

“We have been building beautiful new stores around world at an impressive pace, thanks to the hard work, commitment and passion of our franchisees worldwide,” said Richard Allison, president of Domino’s International. “Our goal to become the No. 1 pizza company in the world — with the best customer service, serving high quality food, with inviting stores and leading technology — is being executed every day in countries like Malaysia and around world.”

Domino’s operates more than 13,800 stores in over 85 markets worldwide. Domino's had global retail sales of nearly $10.9 billion in 2016, with more than $5.3 billion in the US and more than $5.5 billion internationally.