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Spain: Lidl raises in Martorell its largest logistics investment of 140 million euros

Discount Retail Chain Lidl Spain will launch in 2025 its largest logistics investment in Spain since it arrived in the country three decades ago, with 140 million euros. It is a 66,000m2 complex in Martorell (Barcelona) that will complement the warehouse currently operating in Montcada i Reixac (Barcelona) and which responds to the supermarket chain's plans to strengthen itself in the north-east area.

It will be one of Lidl's largest warehouses both in Spain and Europe, and is part of a national growth plan that, in terms of logistics, includes three other projects distributed throughout the territory in the coming years: one in Parla (Madrid), on a plot of more than 145,000m2; another in Constantí (Tarragona), on a plot of about 185,000m2, with the entry into operation in mid-2024 of a provisional warehouse in the same municipality until it is built and a last one in Villadangos del Páramo (León), on a plot of about 158,000m2.

After having recently opened its warehouse in Escúzar (Granada), the German multinational now has a network of 12 logistics platforms in Spain, as well as a network of more than 670 stores and a workforce of around 18,500 people.

In Catalonia, the area that will be mainly served by the future Martorell warehouse, Lidl has a network of more than 120 stores and a workforce of more than 4,000 people, and purchases more than 820 million euros worth of regional products annually from more than 180 suppliers.

Throughout the country, it collaborates with more than 900 national suppliers from whom it buys products worth about Euro 6.7 billion annually, exporting more than half.


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