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New International Package Delivery Service in Croatia – From a Kiosk to the World

TisakA new international package delivery service is now available on the Croatian market…

Tisak, who operate more than 1,000 kiosks in Croatia, have launched their new ‘from a kiosk to the world’ service which enables customers to send parcels from any Tisak kiosk in Croatia to an address anywhere in the world. Tisak include the cost of the packaging in the price.

Tisak kiosks first introduced a national delivery service in Croatia in 2014, delivering packages from kiosk to kiosk around the country at affordable prices. Receivers of the packages have 7 days to collect their packages from the kiosks they are sent to. Since the launch more than 250,000 packages had been sent from kiosk to kiosk.

Sending a 200x200x150 mm package to Bosnia and Herzegovina or Slovenia for example will cost 95 HRK (12 euros), with documents costing 85 HRK (11 euros). To find out pricing for other countries and details about the service you can visit Tisak’s website.

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