Cargo-partner to build new Ljubljana airport logistics centre

Freight forwarder cargo-partner will construct a new logistics centre close to Ljubljana Airport as it looks to capitalise on growth in the Slovenian market.
Work on the new centre, which will offer 20,000 pallet slots on more than 25,000sq m, will get underway this year.
The centre will also include a 6,000sq m of small parts and single pick area; 5,000sq m of cross dock and block storage space; 4,000sq m of office space; and 44 truck docks.
Cargo-partner managing director, Slovenia, Viktor Kastelic, said: “Our new iLogistics Center reflects the growing demand and our commitment to the Slovenian market. We are also happy to expand our team from 100 to 130 employees and we look forward to welcoming fresh talent, knowledge and skills at our modern and attractive new office.”

Other recent logistics investments by cargo-partner include the timber-based iLogistics Center at the company’s headquarters in Fischamend, Austria, with a total area of over 12,200 sq m, as well as the iLogistics Center in Sofia, Bulgaria, with 16,500 sq m of storage space, both of which took up operations in spring 2018.
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