According to the previous announcements, department store IKEA confirmed that they are working to open a new delivery center in Split until the end of August this year – reports Slobodna Dalmacija.
New IKEA in Split is designed as a "pick-up point", a place where their customers are able to take the ordered goods without paying delivery from Zagreb. Location is still unknown, since the owners of this global supply are not ready to share it with public yet.However, it is planned that IKEA warehouse occupies about 1,500 square meters, while 1000 square meters of exhibition space is planned in the future, for costumers to ''feel'' the furniture.
This will not be a classic IKEA store but more of a showroom where customers will be able to order and pick up goods. Whilst shoppers in southern Croatia could be disappointed with that, at least they won’t have to drive to the Croatian capital to shop.