New investments for Crodux as a welcome expansion of business is announced.
All too often it seems that the Croatian media is plagued by negative tales of a lack of investments and the slowing down of business operations, with particular emphasis placed on Croatian companies and institutions. While this unfortunately may be the case in some sectors, it isn’t the rule.
Crodux, the fuel stations of which can be seen up and down the country, has announced a wave of new investments, which signals the opening of more fuel stations, which could be a boost in terms of employment, and an expansion of business operations throughout the Republic of Croatia, bringing what can only be seen as a positive step economically speaking, amid the depressing headlines in the national media.
As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 6th of October, 2018, Crodux, under the longtime ownership of businessman, politician and former Croatian Army General Ivan Čermak, has announced its intention of building as many as ten new gas stations in various locations across the Republic of Croatia.
The first brand new Crodux fuel station set to open over the coming days is one located in Zadar. The new station will mark the beginning of the openings of just one in a series of future Crodux locations in Dalmatia. When it comes to continental Croatia, two new Crodux stations are set to be opened in Zagreb before the New Year.
In addition, Crodux’s very successful and diverse owner, Čermak, plans to construct yet more fuel stations in other parts of the country, ans the completion of the investment responsible for their construction is scheduled for next May, meaning that Crodux will then have a total of 96 gas stations in Croatia in its possession, according to a report from Lider.