Croatian Post has segmented its internal organization so that it focuses on individual products and services and simultaneously integrates the company's business segments into a complete corporation. Recently, Croatian introduced a new internal organization in which it divided its main business segments into Divisions and Regions so that the core business could be performed even more functionally and rationally while following the constantly changing needs of today's users to fulfil our mission - to be at the service of citizens.
The company is divided into four divisions: Post, Express, Network and Support. The Post, Network and Express Divisions are territorially organized, while the Support Division is centralized due to cost efficiency.
The regions consist of delivery services, post office network management services, transportation departments and area sorting operations, and maintenance and cleaning areas.
In addition to the divisions, Croatian Post also has thirteen management support offices. With this organization, business communication has been improved, and the organizational structure is now based on orientation towards the user, as well as clear powers and responsibilities.
Croatian Post in numbers
- 8955 employees
- 3170 clerks
- 3159 postman
- 1016 post offices
- 2125 postal counters
- 300 parcel lockers
- 1367 vehicles
- 1391 motorcycles and 106 bicycles
- 423 electric vehicles - bikes, quadricycles, mopeds, personal vehicles, vans and light delivery vehicles
Distance & services
- 56 million kilometres travelled annually
- 235 million postal services provided annually
Management BoardIvan Čulo, Chairman of the Board of HP-Hrvatska pošta d.d.
Ivana Mrkonjić, member of the Board
Hrvoje Parlov, member of the Board
Siniša Šukunda, member of the Board
Ivančica Uhr, president of the Supervisory Board
Stanko Gačić, vice-president of the Supervisory Board
Ante Sučić, member of the Supervisory Board
Milan Jukić, employee representative
HP-Hrvatska pošta d.d. as a public company of public interest is obligated to form an audit committee. The Audit Committee is comprised of a president of the Audit Committee, a member of the Audit Committee and a company representative.
Ante Sučić, president of the Audit Committee
Željko Franić, member of the Audit Committee
Željka Perković Simeonov, representative of HP-Hrvatska pošta d.d.