Bosnia to open new customs terminal in Gradiska

Bosnia to open new customs terminal in Gradiska

Published at: 2019-04-24 10:00 | Author: CIJ Serbia
A new customs terminal will be operational by the end of May in northern Bosnia. The €12m investment is located in Gradiska where was invested €12m at the end of a highway running from Banja Luka. It's hoped the terminal will reduce massive border congestion since it's the only transit point for north Bosnia. The new terminal will have a complete range of services for truck drivers, passengers, customs officers, inspectors and freight forwarders, offering 6 entry and 7 exit lanes, customs facilities, border police, cargo and passenger control, phytosanitary inspection facility. The customs terminal will have space for 120 trucks and 100 cars along with a restaurant.

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