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Lidl To Invest €10M In Belgian DC

Schwarz Group-owned discounter Lidl has announced that it is to invest €10 million in expanding its distribution centre in Genk, Belgium by 5,700 square metres, with 2200 square metres to be used for frozen goods handling, and the remaining 3300 square metre area to be utilised for fresh foods. 

Construction will begin in the autumn, with Lidl's logistics partner in Belgium, the Limburg Distribution Company, overseeing the project. The new distribution centre will be fully operational by spring 2014 and it is expected to include a wind turbine, which could supply more than half of the energy requirements of the facility. 

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