Located in the heart of the Balkans, Kosovo serves as a connecting bridge between the South Eastern European countries.

Through its unique geographical, Kosovo has access on the growing market in Balkans and Central Europe that covers 28 million potential customers.

Kosovo is part of CEFTA since 2007, and also benefits from Autonomous Trade Preferences (ATP) with EU and duty-free trade with US, and trade connections with Japan, Norway and Turkey.

Committed to establishing principles for the stable development of a pure market economy since a very early stage of development, Kosovo’s government has been working towards facilitating the free movement of goods and services throughout the country’s borders. As a result, Kosovo currently enjoys free trade within the Central European Free Trade Agreement – CEFTA – enabling its producers to access the regional market comprising 28 million consumers, free of any customs duties. In 2012 the total export with CEFTA members was 102.6 million and import 844.6 million. In addition, Kosovo benefits from nonreciprocal, duty-free trade to the EU market based on the EU Autonomous Trade Preference Regime EU Council Resolution (ATP) (2007/2000). Finally, Kosovo enjoys duty-free trade to the US market.

The road network, consisting of 630 km of main roads, has been rebuilt to a large extent over the past years, with the addition of some completely new roads. With the construction of a highway connecting Albania and Serbia directly through Kosovo, its becoming an important gateway in the corridor connecting the Adriatic Sea to Western Europe. A new highway connecting Kosovo and North Macedonia was completed in 2019.

Conveniently, REKS is situated close to major highways as in close proximity well as a railway, easily connecting the company to major transport infrastructure to all countries in region.