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Sep 29, 2023 08:55 EEST
September 29 (SeeNews) - Serbian supermarket chain Mercator-S, part of Croatia-based Fortenova group, said it plans to open a new logistics and distribution centre in the Serbian capital Belgrade in a bid to improve the safety of its supply chain and the efficiency of its retail units.
Mercator-S will invest more than 20 million euro ($21 million) to buy equipment for the centre and will hire 500 drivers and warehouse operators, the company said in a press release on Thursday.
The distribution centre, which will spread on 68,000 square metres, is the company’s largest investment in the past ten years. It will be part of the CTPark Belgrade City.
The centre will provide distribution for the company’s network of 339 stores under the IDEA, Roda and Mercator brands in more than 80 towns in Serbia.
($ = 0.946 euro)
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