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Construction Work Underway on New Rossmann Base in Hungary

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The management of Rossmann, together with the investor, the developer and the contractor, celebrated the erection of the first columns of a 32,000 square meter drugstore base this May in Üllő.

The EUR 20 billion Rossmann investment's technological installation is also set to be started this year by SSI Schaefer. The technological solutions will combine conveyor, PickByLight and Voice picking systems.

"We are extremely pleased that, after a lot of preparatory work, we can now see the construction of the new center not only on the plans, but also in physical reality. Together with our partners, we will continue to work with our colleagues to occupy the new center as soon as possible," said Kornél Németh, managing director of Rossmann Hungary.

The construction of the state-of-the-art 28,000 sqm semi-automated hall and the 4,000 sqm office complex was announced at the beginning of the year, and the technological investment, worth around HUF 6 bln, will be financed from Rossmann's own financial results.

The drugstore chain plans to hand it over at the end of 2025 and move in at the beginning of 2026.

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