Maersk opens first warehouse in Croatia

Maersk opens first warehouse in Croatia

A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk) has expanded its presence in Croatia by building its first multi-customer warehouse.

Located less than 20 kilometres from the Port of Rijeka in the northern part of the country, it ensures fast delivery times and efficient cargo handling. 

This modern 12,000 square-metre facility is another link in Maersk’s global network of 473 warehouses across all continents for resilient and flexible end-to-end supply chain solutions offered to customers.

The warehouse became operational with global retail brand Marks & Spencer (M&S) as its first customer.

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Ivić Vodopija, East Adriatic and Central Europe Country Manager at Maersk, stated: “We are very proud to launch our first own warehouse and enhance our logistics offering on the Croatian market.

“Our strategy of providing integrated logistic solutions gets further reaffirmed and we look forward to the new opportunities this will bring to our customers.”

The new warehouse is meant to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions with features such as a solar roof and energy-saving LED lighting.

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The facility has a configurable pallet capacity and provides end-to-end solutions, including customs services and a variety of extra value-added services.

Maersk’s warehouse is also reportedly close in proximity to the proposed deepwater facility, Rijeka Gateway.

This month, Maersk announced its plans to implement an artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled robotic solution in its latest UK warehouse in East Midlands.

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