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Lindex invests in a new omnichannel warehouse for sustainable growth

Lindex is investing for future growth and will build a new, highly automated omnichannel warehouse.

With Lindex’s continued global, digital and sustainable growth, the new warehouse will supply all sales channels for the fashion company and ensure efficient distribution and stock management in line.

Lindex invests in a new omnichannel warehouse
Figure: Lindex is investing for future growth and will build a new, highly automated omnichannel warehouse.

CEO Susanne Ehnbåge said, ‘Our business is growing and in order to increase our delivery capacity in line with our global and digital expansion, we will build a new highly automated omnichannel warehouse, where all garments are available for all sales channels. Our new logistics platform will enable continued growth in more channels as well as for new business opportunities.”

It is the largest investment in Lindex’s history and a crucial step in fulfilling its long-term growth plans and in securing the future of its logistics operations.

Lindex’s new omni channel warehouse will manage the supply of garments to all the fashion company’s stores, the strongly growing e-commerce as well as the company’s third-party collaborations with global fashion platforms.

Along with this, the highly automated and climate smart facility, which will be built in Alingsås, will be approximately 40.000 square meters in size and is planned to be brought into operation in 2024.

Lindex’s amount of capital expenditure is approximately EUR 110 million including land, building and automation.

We have high demands on our future omnichannel warehouse, which will replace our current warehouse in Partille and our e-commerce warehouse in Borås, where we are approaching our maximum capacity. With our new facility in Alingsås, we will initially be able to quadruple the capacity for our e-commerce and ensure a scalable and sustainable logistics solution for all sales channels, said Johan Engen, Director of Logistics at Lindex.

Also, their facility will also be powered by electricity from solar panels, which will enable delivery of electricity to both their own operations and to others.

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