Free zone

Pula Port Free Zone was founded on the basis of the state government resolution of March 11 th. 1999 ( published on the official gazette, Narodne novine, no. 25/99 ). Its founder and operator is LUCKA UPRAVA PULA ( Pula Port Authority Office )

Pula Port Free Zone is situated in «Molo Carbone» area which is the finest area allotted to Pula Port Authority Office. In the past, this area was used for military purposes, but it has been remodelled and adjusted for transhipment and storage purposes. The remodelling began in the 1970's.

The zone area is situated in a port open to public traffic, in the southern part of the Pula port. On its northern side it borders on the sea,and ond the eastern and western sides are Uljanik Shipyard and cement factory ICI Pula. In its southern part, the zone area borders on the road which divides it from the populated city area.

The free zone is situated in the industrial district of the city of Pula. It is accesible by waterway ( the sea ), by road ( from Rijeka in Croatia and Trieste in Italy ), and by railway. The zone is connected with Pula Railway Station by industrial rails.


High rise building occupy 20.500 square meters; they include:

•  production halls;
•  storage space;
•  roofed space;
•  administrative building;
•  worshops and
•  supplementary space.

Low rise building occupies 52500 square meters; they include:

•  asphalted area, open storage space in part;
•  coastall wall;
•  large and small floodgate;
•  industrial rails