"Edenia Distribution Center has as a main objective the storage and the distribution in North-West of the products in Macromex’s portfolio, including those from the frozen bread factory La Lorraine, situated in the same industrial park. The distribution centre (...) will be operative in April this year, following the completion of the trials period. Campia Turzii is an important direct connection hub both towards North-Eastern Romania and towards the big cities in North-Western Europe. This position allows the delivery of goods to the most important European markets in approx. 24 hours ", a press release of the company says.

The construction has an area of 6,900 sq. m, a storage capacity of 17,000 pallets and includes several zones: the High-Bay warehouse, the pallets storage area, the picking area, as well as the pallets sorting and expedition areas. All this areas are operated to a constant temperature of - 25°C.

The project, started last spring, involved EUR 17 million investments, supported both from own funds and from a loan granted by BCR.

According to the source, more than 500 persons were involved in the construction of the logistic complex in Campia Turzii and more than 100 working places were created directly or indirectly.


Macromex is owned by the businessman Dan Minulescu and is active for 20 years on the segment of controlled temperature goods. The company’s portfolio includes a series of own brands such as Edenia – frozen goods , La Strada – gelato, Corso – ice cream, Gruia, Azuris and Casa Gruia, as well as partner brands: La Lorraine, Dr. Oetker, President, Akadia, Philadelphia, Farm Frites and Mars. (source: wall-street.ro)