Prime Minister Ana Brnabic has attended Lidl officially opening its second logistics centre in Serbia, which will employ 250 people.
At the opening, the Prime Minister cited the fact that in a survey conducted by the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce, as many as 85 percent of German investors who are already doing business in Serbia said that they would invest in Serbia again.
In that same way, Lidl, which has been in our country since 2018, decided to expand its operations here by opening a second logistics centre in Lapovo, which is bigger than the one in Nova Pazova.
CEO of Lidl Serbia Dragan Cigoja, representative of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany Denis Kaiser, also attended the opening.
Mr Kaiser stated that since the beginning of construction of the logistics centre in Lapovo, Lidl adhered to the highest standards in sustainable construction and that the logistics centre was built in partnership between German and Serbian companies,
The logistics centre cost 70 million euros to build and spans 57,000 square metres. It has 35,000 pallets and 130 loading bays.
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