The chain is making progress in building a new logistics platform with an area of 66,000 square meters and 144 berths, which will be operational in 2025.
01/24/2024 11.34 h.
Lidl Construction work continues for its future platform Logistics services to Martorell With the aim of decisively accompanying and intensifying the development of its business in the northeastern region of the state. This project, on a plot of land with an area of more than 126,000 square meters2 Belonging to the industrial sector KhamenesIt will represent the company's largest logistical investment since its arrival in the country three decades ago, with an investment of approximately 140 million euros. It is scheduled to become operational throughout 2025.
With approximately 66,000 m2 With a surface area and 144 berths, the warehouse in Martorell will be one of the largest warehouses of the supermarket chain in Spain and Europe, and will complement the warehouse that has been operating for years in Catalonia (in the city of Montcada y Rixac with a surface area exceeding 46,000 m2). This operation responds to the company's need to adapt its logistics resources to the sustainable growth it has recently experienced in this region and other independent communities, and will allow it to continue generating local wealth and employment as well as opening new, modern and efficient stores and sourcing more and more regional products.
The project is located on a plot of land of more than 126,000 square meters2
The supermarket chain already has a network of more than 120 organizations and a workforce of more than 4,000 people in Catalonia, with annual purchases of regional products amounting to €820 million from more than 180 suppliers. According to consultancy PwC, Lidl's footprint in Catalonia is around €1.3 billion a year contributing to GDP and adding up to 26,000 direct, indirect and induced jobs.
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Three more logistics platforms are on the horizon
The future Lidl warehouse in Martorell is part of a sustainable statewide expansion plan, which includes, in terms of logistics, three more projects distributed throughout the state in the coming years: one in Parla (Madrid), and another in Villadangos del Paramo (León). One in Parla (Madrid), and another in Villadangos del Paramo (León). Another is in Constante (Tarragona), which will have a plot of approximately 185,000 square metres2With the temporary warehouse in the same municipality coming into effect in mid-2024 until its own warehouse is established. Having recently opened its warehouse in Esscozar (Granada), Lidl now has a network of 12 logistics platforms in the state.
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