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MG Valda to invest EUR 14 mln in Apranga's new office and logistics center in Vilnius

BC, Vilnius, 23.01.2017.Print version
Apranga, the Baltics' leading clothing retailer that is controlled by MG Baltic, is building a new office and logistics center in the northern part of Vilnius, close to the city's new western bypass, with MG Valda, the developer of the Vilnius Business Park where the center will be located, set to invest 14 mln euros in the project, writes LETA/BNS.

Apranga CEO Rimantas Perveneckas confirmed that new buildings were under construction for the company. He promised to provide more information later.


The Apranga Group's new administration and logistics center is being built "at a strategically-convenient location that provides good connections to other Lithuanian cities and towns and allows mapping out further development opportunities," Sigita Survilaite-Mekioniene said in a press release.


Construction on the 15,000-square-meter complex, which will accommodate nearly 200 employees of the Apranga Group, started in late 2016 and is planned to be completed at the end of this year.


Apranga is currently based in Vilnius' Paneriai neighborhood, close to the city's southern bypass.






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