Croatian Post builds HRK 60 million sorting centre

Croatian Post has begun the construction of a HRK 60 million (£6.8 million) business facility near Bakar-Kukuljanovo. 

The same investment programme has had Croatian Post invest in facilities in Zadar and Osijek and a new sorting centre in Velika Gorica. The new Croatian Post Kukuljanovo business facility will be the fourth up to date hub in its mail sorting facilities.

The Minister of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure Oleg Butković pointed out: “Croatian Post is one of the largest companies in my portfolio that achieves success year after year. It concluded last year by opening the New Sorting Centre in Velika Gorica, while it starts this year with further investments in modernisation.”

“The new business facility in Bakar-Kukuljanovo zone is the latest hub and the final investment in the infrastructural development of our mail item processing network within this cycle. Having expanded and reorganised the logistics centre in Osijek, built the new logistics centre in Zadar, increased our capacities in Bjelovar and completed the largest investment in the history of Croatian Post – the New Sorting Centre in Velika Gorica – over the past three years, the Kukuljanovo facility represents the final item in the Croatian Post’s infrastructure that will facilitate our growth and development in a logistical sense, enabling us to provide even higher quality to the citizens”, the President of the Management Board of Croatian Post Ivan Čulo said during the cornerstone ceremony.