In March it acquired a second local company by taking over the Kragujevac-based shipping company Zastava Sped
Viator&Vektor, a Slovenian haulage and forwarding company, is making efforts to penetrate the Serbian market. In March it acquired a second local company by taking over the Kragujevac-based shipping company Zastava Sped.
CEO Zdenko Pavcek told STA that Viator&Vektor would continue to pursue the strategy of forming a network of companies dealing with logistics services in SE Europe, as well as Western Europe.
The company, which has offices at all border crossings of Serbia-Montenegro, has the ambition to become a leading firm offering comprehensive logistics services in SE Europe.
Viator&Vektor also sees opportunities in cooperation with companies from Serbia-Montenegro in servicing and in the maintenance of military freight vehicles and in the production of buses, which is the main activity of its Maribor subsidiary Tovarna vozil Maribor.
The company, which is familiar with the experience of Serbia-Montenegro companies in military industry, also believes it could produce light armoured vehicles Valuk for the Serbian market, Pavcek told STA.
Source: Slovene Press Agency STA