The German discounter chain Lidl will build a central warehouse and logistics center for BiH (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Montenegro, namely in Kiseljak, in the central part of Bosnia.
According to the Mayor of Kiseljak municipality, Mladen Misuric Ramljak, Lidl is making major investments in the city, where three other companies have bought land.
Lidl is in the process of entering the markets of the Balkans
Lidl is currently in the process of entering the markets of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and North Macedonia. The opening dates are not yet known, although for Montenegro it is was announced at the end of this year, which certainly will not happen.
However, Lidl was having trouble finding a location in Montenegro for its distribution and logistics center. As long as they Bought only three locations for their supermarkets through a local company - one in Niksic and two in Podgorica.