Slovenian Company Intereuropa to invest in Kosovo

Ljubljana, Mar 6, 2006 – Logistics Company Intereuropa plans to open a subsidiary in Kosovo in April and has already earmarked EUR 2 millions for the cargo-logistics terminal in Prishtina, the company said on Friday, 3 March.

The facility, which is scheduled to start operating in May, would also facilitate the presence of Slovenian goods on the Kosovo market, the Koper-based company added. Intereuropa-Pristina will be headquartered in the province’s capital and will have offices in the towns of Peja, Mitrovica and Morina.

Intereuropa CEO Andrej Lovsin believes that the project will net the company EUR 2.5 millions in the first year merely from the forwarding of Slovenian goods.

Representatives of the company met Kosovo PM-designate Agim Ceku on Tuesday, 28 February, who expressed his support for the activities and the entry of Intereuropa on the Kosovo market.


Source: Slovene Press Agency STA