ZAGREB, August 8, 2019 – Slovenia’s bus transportation provider Nomago, which on Thursday took over the Brebus Integral company in the eastern town of Brežice near the border with Croatia, has stated that it is set to take over 30% of Croatia’s bus transport market.
Nomago, which introduces itself as “a travel and mobility provider with over 600 passenger buses operating in the region between Venice and Dubrovnik”, intends to take over at least 30% of Croatia’s market according to its medium-term plans.
It has now the two branch offices in Croatia: one in the capital city of Zagreb and the other in the coastal city of Pula.
The Nomago director Sandi Brataševec said today that the acquisition of Brebus Integral was aimed also at strengthening Nomago’s presence in the region.
The company says on its web site that it “offers full travel and mobility service – from airport transfers, flights, accommodation, travel insurance, travel packages to charter buses and VIP transfers.”
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