Thursday, 01 December 2022

Croatian Post raise prices to counter cost of energy prices

Written by  Sep 30, 2022

As of October 1, Croatian Post is increasing the prices of its postal services, so sending a letter of up to 50 grams as well as postcards and greeting cards will cost 3.55 Kuna or 0.47 Euro according to the fixed conversion rate, which is an increase of 25 Lipa or 3 cents.

"The price of postal services in Croatia is still among the lowest in the EU, because the average price of sending the cheapest letter parcel in EU countries is 0.93 Euro, and only three countries offer a cheaper service than Croatia - Bulgaria, Cyprus and Malta", pointed out Croatian Post.

They say that the new price increase is mostly related to the increase in energy prices, which directly affects the growth of the company's operating costs.

Fuel costs make up a significant part of the costs of performing their basic activities, and they have increased by as much as 40 percent, and in order to maintain the existing high quality of service in such conditions, they say that they had to correct the prices of services.

 

The Voice of Dubrovnik

THE VOICE OF DUBROVNIK


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