Our first class road and rail links ensure that many EU markets can be serviced in twenty-four hours or less. Examples include Vienna (450 km), Munich (500 km) Budapest (420 km), Bosnia & Hezegovina (borders with SMC) and Serbia (250 km). Before 1990's Petrinja had developed industry and agriculture, with big working companies. After the war the city was ruined and economy destroyed, these companies largely failed to restructure. Economy is still under revitalization. Holders of the economy in Petrinja today are small entrepreneurs, artisans and crafts and small family farms. Production of natural, organic products from small family farms are increasing every day.
The Town of Petrinja has rich agricultural history. It’s location is in the rural area where the most of population still works and lives from agricultural production. The rural area surrounding the city is recognizable in its beauty and untouched nature. Most of small family farms want to produce organic products and they need education.