cargo-partner’s new iLogistics Center commences operations

Copyright: Miran Kambic. Source: cargo-partner

cargo-partner’s new warehouse complex – the iLogistics Center – located near Ljubljana Airport in Slovenia, has commenced operations ahead of its official opening in September.

The warehouse, which has has 25,000 sq m storage space and 4,000 sq m of office space, will serve cargo-partner’s clients in Solvenia, and central and south-east European countries.

Throughout this month, cargo-partner’s other offices and warehouses in Ljubljana, including its Slovenian head office, are gradually being relocated to the new facility, which offers short and long-term storage space, as well as services including picking and packing, labeling, cross-docking, consolidation, multi-channel distribution, e-fulfillment and other contract logistics.

The iLogistics Center also offers 44 truck loading docks, more than 20,000 pallet slots, a 6,000 square m small parts store and 5,000 square m of cross-dock and block storage areas.

Viktor Kastelic, managing director of cargo-partner in Slovenia, commented: “The new iLogistics Center is a big milestone for cargo-partner in Slovenia and we are certain it will boost our growth not only locally in Slovenia, but in the wider region as well.

“We put a lot of effort into making the new working environment welcoming and motivating for our colleagues.”

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