cargo-partner Continues to Expand Warehousing Capacities In Europe

International transport and info-logistics provider cargo-partner has been part of the global logistics market for more than 35 years. In recent years, the company has been making major investments in its global warehousing capacities, with a 25,000m² warehouse in Ljubljana being the most recent investment


cargo-partner celebrated its 35th anniversary in 2018, and today this logistics provider has more than 3,000 employees and is represented by over 130 offices in 40 countries across Europe, Asia and the U.S. Over recent years, cargo-partner has focused strongly on expanding its worldwide warehousing capacities and has made significant investments in modern IT solutions for the optimised management of supply chains. The company currently operates more than 40 warehouse locations, with 230,000m² of storage space in Europe, Asia and the U.S.


The company’s most recent investment is the new iLogistics Center in Ljubljana, where operations were launched in August 2019. With 25,000 square metres of warehouse space and 4,000 square metres of office space, the iLogistics Center is one of the largest warehouse complexes in the region and will serve cargo-partner’s clients throughout Central and Southeast Europe. Other recent investments in Europe include the award-winning iLogistics Center in timber construction near Vienna Airport (12,200m²) and the iLogistics Center in Sofia (16,500m²), as well as the expansion of the iLogistics Center in Dunajská Streda, Slovakia (18,300m²).



In the Belgrade municipality of Dobanovci, cargo-partner operates a modern warehouse covering a total area of 8,000m². This state-of-the-art facility includes 2,200m² of customs bonded warehouse space, with rack systems and a block storage zone. The warehouse provides 20,000 pallet slots and 18 loading docks, including a dock for oversized cargo. Specialised storage options are available for a range of products, such as miniature electronic parts, branded goods, high-end products, temperature-sensitive goods, oversized items and goods with non-standard dimensions. Safety is ensured by an integrated video surveillance (CCTV) system, intrusion alarm, access control and an automatic fire detection system.


Platform, cargo-partner offers its clients full transparency and easy supply chain management from anywhere in the world via a desktop or mobile device. Customers can log into SPOT to place transport orders, track their shipments in real time or receive reports and statistics related to their air, sea, road and rail transports. Furthermore, this platform offers dedicated modules for purchase order management, parcel shipments and online warehousing. Using EDI or API connections, processes such as automatic dispatch from the customer’s web shop can be automated. This helps to speed up processes, reduce the need for manual effort and minimise errors.

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