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MANGO COMMENCES THE WORKS TO ENLARGE ITS LOGISTICS CENTRE IN LLIÇÀ D’AMUNT WITH AN INVESTMENT OF 35 MILLION EUROS

MANGO COMMENCES THE WORKS TO ENLARGE ITS LOGISTICS CENTRE IN LLIÇÀ D’AMUNT WITH AN INVESTMENT OF 35 MILLION EUROS

The aim of the new facilities is to absorb the growth of its e-commerce logistics, enlarge the dispatches area and support Mango’s new business lines

This 90,000 m2 enlargement will allow the company to reduce the cost of preparing online orders by 25%

It is forecast that the new building will become partially operational by the second half of 2022 and have full omnichannel capability by 2023

The company is meeting its deadlines in spite of the pandemic 

MANGO CLOSES 2020 WITH A TURNOVER  OF 1.842 BILLION EUROS AND AN EBITDA OF  193 MILLION EUROS

MANGO CLOSES 2020 WITH A TURNOVER OF 1.842 BILLION EUROS AND AN EBITDA OF 193 MILLION EUROS

Online income represented 42% of total turnover, after growing by 36% to reach 766 million euros.

The turnover of physical stores fell by 43%, having been affected by store closures or limited opening hours and/or customer numbers during much of the year.

The company remains in a healthy financial state: net bank debt fell by 20%, to 156 million euros.

The company is accelerating its digital transformation by investing 27 million euros in priority projects related to digital transformation and its Customer Centric strategy.

Mango is advancing in sustainability by signing the UN Fashion Industry Charter, the growth of the COMMITTED collection and by replacing 160 million plastic bags with paper bags of sustainable origin.

The company is committed to transparency and is publishing the list of the main factories in its supply chain.

Rapid roll-out of the loyalty programme: implantation in 6 new countries and over 5.5 million active customers.

The company has begun 2021 with four new strategic projects: the launch of a new homeware line, integration of the Violeta line within the Woman collection, new marketplace capacities for mango.com and the construction of the new Mango Campus.

MANGO POSTS A GROSS PROFIT OF 41 MILLION EUROS, AFTER ACHIEVING RECORD SALES OF 2.374 BILLION EUROS.

MANGO POSTS A GROSS PROFIT OF 41 MILLION EUROS, AFTER ACHIEVING RECORD SALES OF 2.374 BILLION EUROS.

Sales increased by 141 million euros, 6.3% more than 2018, and are the highest sales achieved in the company's history.

EBITDA rose by 43.7%, from 135 to 194 million euros.

For the third year running, Mango reduced its net financial debt, which fell to 184 million euros.

Online sales grow by 26.7%, totalling 564 million euros, and now represent 23.7% of total group turnover.

The total annual investment was 58 million euros, much of which was allocated to accelerating the digital transformation of the company.

Mango moves forward in its sustainability plan:it signs the Fashion Pact and joins the Sustainable Apparel Coalition.

More than 3 million active customers in the new loyalty club since its launch in Spain and France.

#BEanICON, THE NEW MANGO CAMPAIGN, ENCOURAGES YOU TO BE YOURSELF AND PROMOTE YOUR OWN STYLE

#BEanICON, THE NEW MANGO CAMPAIGN, ENCOURAGES YOU TO BE YOURSELF AND PROMOTE YOUR OWN STYLE

Mango is collaborating with six personalities from the worlds of fashion and culture characterised for their own style, in order to emphasize that personality is the best trend when dressing up.

The photographer Dan Martensen captures intimate moments with Jeanne Damas, Veronika Heilbrunner, Pernille Teisbaek, André Saraiva, Justin O’Shea and Shuhei Nishiguchi in cities such as London, Tokyo, Copenhagen and Paris.

MANGO COMPLETES ITS STEERING COMMITTEE WITH THE APPOINTMENTS OF GLOBAL RETAIL AND HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTORS

MANGO COMPLETES ITS STEERING COMMITTEE WITH THE APPOINTMENTS OF GLOBAL RETAIL AND HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTORS

The General Manager, Toni Ruiz, makes the final additions to the team responsible for the online transformation of Mango.

César de Vicente will be the new Global Retail Director and will be responsible for planning and managing market activity.

David Gutiérrez, the new Global Human Resources Director, will manage the cultural change that will oversee the company’s online transformation.

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