We are talking about a logistics center in Sezana in western Slovenia, which was transferred to the German retailer Tedi. The facility, worth 50 million euros, covers an area of 62,000 square meters. m. and is expected to be put into operation in early 2024.
The building sits on land near the former Fernetiči border crossing with Italy, which Go Asset acquired from a bad bank. Two more large buildings will be built there on a total area of about 33 hectares of land, the users of which are still unknown.
Tedi, a major German non-food retailer, intends to use the Slovenian port of Koper and logistics center in Sezana to conduct logistics and distribution business in Central and South-East Europe. The company has 60 stores in Slovenia, employing 400 employees.