Leoni, the global provider of products, solutions and services for energy and data management in the automotive sector, had opened its fourth largest facility in Serbia. The plant is located in the city of Kraljevo, and more than 50 million euro had been invested in its construction and equipment.
Three South Korean companies – AKEDA, Hyunday-Power Systems and BKB, plan to purchase and upgrade the “Mintia” thermal power plant in Romania. The installation runs on coal and has a capacity of 1.285 GW.
North Macedonia plans to build a waste treatment facility worth 327 million euro. The selected technology for treatment of municipal waste will not be emitting harmful gases into the air, while generating natural gas, which will be utilized for electricity production.
The Serbian telecommunications operator Telekom Srbija had launched a corporate venture capital fund for investments in high-tech startups. The project is called TS Ventures Fund and is worth 25 million euro.
The suspension bridge, which will connect the counties of Braila and Tulcea in Eastern Romania, will be 2 km long and will rise to a height of almost 200 m. European funds amounting to 94.4 million euro have been invested in it since the beginning of the year.
The refinery will be operational after the delivery of equipment needed to carry out repairs and inspections of the units affected by the accident. Rompetrol is planning the phased commissioning of its production units in operational mode.
The two manufacturers will combine their expertise of many years to produce extruded aluminum components for electric and light automobiles. For this purpose, a modern facility will be built in the city of Skopje on an area of 18 000 sq.m.
Schwarz IT Romania, the Romanian subsidiary of Schwarz IT INT Holding, had acquired Lidl Digital Romania IT center for e-commerce and digital platform management of the international network Lidl.
The Serbian bicycle manufacturer Planet Bike plans to build a new high-tech facility with an area of 4150 sq. m near the city of Krusevac. The planned production capacity of the plant is over 200 000 bicycles per year.
North Macedonia, along with Albania and Serbia, will invest in a photovoltaic (PV) plant with a capacity of about 700 MW. The parties came to turns during their summit in Skopje.