7 February 2019 – Swedish retail giants IKEA are to expand in Croatia by opening another delivery centre on the Dalmatian coast.
After opening a mega store in Zagreb in 2014 and a delivery centres in Rijeka, Osijek and Split recently, IKEA are to open their first delivery centre, or pick-up point, in Dubrovnik next week.
IKEA will open in Dubrovnik on 14 February in Župa in the Spiona Land shopping centre.
“On Thursday, 14 February, within the shopping mall Spiona Land, Gornja Čibača 14, the IKEA delivery centre Dubrovnik will start with its work. Through the new delivery centre, IKEA wants to make its solutions more accessible and affordable to the many people in Croatia,” IKEA told The Dubrovnik Times.
Customers will be able to order items from the online IKEA catalogue and collect them in Dubrovnik.
“At the delivery centre customers will be able to take over the products that they ordered earlier through the IKEA web shop or that they bought at the IKEA Zagreb store. The cost of picking up the products at the delivery centre will amount to 99 Kunas for the products up to 1 ton. Through the opening of delivery centre in Dubrovnik, IKEA wants to additionally approach its products and solutions to the customers in Croatia and enable them savings. The delivery centres at the coast, in Rijeka and Split, followed by the one in Osijek, were opened earlier. IKEA continues now to explore the ways through which it can make its offer even more accessible to the many people in Croatia,” a spokesperson for IKEA concluded.