Company Aptiv Packard will invest EUR 25 million in building new factory for cable production for automotive industry in Serbian city Leskovac.
Greek petroleum company Hellenic Petroleum will expand its core business with petrol stations ЕКО in Bulgaria.
The Turkish automotive parts manufacturer Opsan will open its first factory in Romania, BalkanEngineer.com learned from Romania-Insider.com.
The world leading manufacturer Henkel has opened a new Somat factory in Kruševac, Serbia.
Bulgarian IT company ЅсаlеFосuѕ will open its third development center in Bulgaria after opening offices in Sofia and Plovdiv.
Science-Technology Park in Serbian city of Cacak will be expanded with a financial help of EUR 3.5 million from the state budget.
Macedonia plans to modernize its existing hydroelectric and thermal power plants, including Cebren and Galiste hydropower plants construction.
Bulgaria hosted this year’s edition of the established over the years International Conference for Surface Technology.