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Lidl Expands its Logistics Capacity in Spain with a New Project in País Vasco

The supermarket chain will invest around 75 million euros in this project, whose launch is scheduled for the end of 2021.

Construction of Lidl’s new logistics platform in Nanclares de la Oca

The supermarket chain Lidl has begun to build what will become its flagship logistics platform for northern Spain in the Álavan town of Nanclares de la Oca. The project, which is located on a plot spanning more than 111,000 m2 on the Los Llanos industrial estate, will double the company’s logistics capacity in the País Vasco and also boost its business in the north of the country.

With a surface area of 53,000 m2, the new warehouse will be the chain’s second-largest in Spain, after the centre in Alcalá de Henares (Madrid). Its main objective will be to support Lidl’s ambitious expansion plan to continue growing in the País Vasco as well in the north of the peninsula with new stores, more jobs and more purchases of local products.

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