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About Mercator

Mercator is a provider of software and tech-enabled outsourcing solutions to the global aviation industry. The company helps airlines to deliver on the promises made to customers - getting passengers and cargo to destinations - safely and on time. Mercator's five key areas include Cargo Operations and Management, Financial Solutions, Loyalty CRM, Safety and Passenger Reservation & Departure Control.

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Dubai Silicon Oasis


United Arab Emirates

+971 4 501 3700

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Expert Collections containing Mercator

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Mercator Patents

Mercator has filed 45 patents.

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  • Vascular diseases
  • Catheters
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Latest Mercator News

Croats cut off Mercator’s first husband

Apr 19, 2023

The Croats replaced the first Mercator, Tomislav Čizmić, who was replaced by Tomislav Kramarić. Tomislav Čizmić, who worked at Mercator for 11 years, of which 6 years he was the president of the management board, today agreed with the sole owner, the Croatian concern Fortenova, on a mutual departure from his position. As the portal reports, they appointed him as his successor Tomislav Kramarićwho replaced him in the board last December Igor Mamuza. Čizmić has led Mercator since 2017, when he succeeded him in the position Toni Balažič. After taking over the management of Mercator’s retail sector in December last year, Kramarić is now taking responsibility for the company’s entire operation and business transformation aimed at the cost-effective and profitable part of regional retail of the Fortenova Group, Mercator stated. As they added, business transformation is especially important in times of changed market conditions and dynamic changes that the trade sector is facing due to inflationary pressures in all markets. For now, there is no official information from Mercator about the reasons for replacing Čizmić. As we learned, there had been friction for a long time between Čizmić and Fabris Peruško, the chairman of the management board of the Fortenova concern, who took over the assets of the bankrupt Agrokor during the rehabilitation. As reported by, the replacement comes immediately after a member of the board of directors took over the reins of ownership in the concern. Pavalo Vujnovac, owner of the energy company PPD and one of the richest Croatians. This happened after an ownership conflict with Russia’s Sberbank, last year the largest owner of Fortenova, which officially sold its 43% stake at the end of last year Saifu Bin Markanu Alketbiju, one of the richest people from the United Arab Emirates. With this, the Russians wanted to avoid sanctions, as a result of which they would no longer have voting rights in the concern. At, however, we revealed at the time that packages of shares that are officially registered at Sberbank are also owned by people from the circle of the Russian president Vladimir Putin. But the deal worth half a billion euros was supposed to happen without the knowledge of the top Croatian politicians headed by the prime minister Andrej Plenkovićwhich is why the Croatian state wanted to block it in every way. The Mercator Group abroad will soon be gone Months of court battles followed in Croatia and the Netherlands, where the final owner of Fortenova is officially registered. In the meantime, Vujnovac was taking over key levers in the concern. Croatian media reported a month ago that the Konzum retail chain, which is owned by Fortenova, sold several shopping centers to the Slovenian company Iskra Impuls, which it owns Ante BračićVujnovč’s long-term business partner in various real estate deals. *The article has been translated based on the content of by . If there is any problem regarding the content, copyright, please leave a report below the article. We will try to process as quickly as possible to protect the rights of the author. Thank you very much! *We just want readers to access information more quickly and easily with other multilingual content, instead of information only available in a certain language. *We always respect the copyright of the content of the author and always include the original link of the source article.If the author disagrees, just leave the report below the article, the article will be edited or deleted at the request of the author. Thanks very much! Best regards! Report Content

Mercator Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Mercator founded?

    Mercator was founded in 1985.

  • Where is Mercator's headquarters?

    Mercator's headquarters is located at Dubai Silicon Oasis, Dubai.

  • What is Mercator's latest funding round?

    Mercator's latest funding round is Acq - Fin.

  • Who are the investors of Mercator?

    Investors of Mercator include Warburg Pincus, Bain Capital Ventures and Alliance Technology Ventures.

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