The retail landscape has undergone intense changes as of late; customers are driven now more than ever to purchase more groceries as they stay at home and retailers are striving to keep up with demands. For grocers like Lidl, this means that acquiring crucial operational elements is key. Most recently, the discount grocer acquired warehouse space for a new logistics center in the Netherlands.
According to online news source eDelivery, Lidl has signed a 10-year lease with developer DHG. This deal covers nearly 42,839 square meters of warehouse space, or roughly 461,115 square feet.
The site is located in Moerdijk in the southern Netherlands and is currently home to other logistics units. Although it is currently uncertain whether or not Lidl has its eyes on those other sites, there is a possibility that it could expand into them in the future.
As Lidl continues to grow its operations both here and in Europe, Deli Market News will keep its eyes on the retail sector.