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150 Intereuropa Workers Lose Jobs with Croatia's EU Entry


Restructuring in both the core company and the subsidiary in Zagreb started in late 2012, and has been more intensive in the recent months, the company told the STA on Thursday.

Out of the total of 221 jobs which will be made redundant in the second half of the year, 77 are in the core company, and a majority of them relate to logistics services or freight-forwarding, Intereuropa explained.

Croatia's EU entry will also have some positive effects on the company: "We expect a lot from the increasing demand for warehousing and distribution services from international companies which are aggressively entering the Croatian market."

Intereuropa has made major investments in warehouses in major Croatian cities, and it currently operates 55,000 sq. metres of state-of-the art storage facilities.


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