The Danish pump manufacturer Grundfos has started the construction of a new production facility in the Serbian town of Indjija. It will cover an area of 20 000 sq. m, and the funds invested in it add up to 20 million euro.
A new family seven-seater car model will be presented by the Romanian manufacturer Dacia during the IAA 2021 automobile exhibition in Munich, Germany on 6th September this year. The model is designed to replace Dacia’s only seven-seater vehicle – Lodgy, BalkanEngineer.com learned from Romania-Insider.com.
The Serbian company Srbijagas and the Hungarian FGSZ had connected the pipes of the “Balkan Stream” gas pipeline at the border with Hungary. In the future, it will supply gas from Turkey to Central Europe via Bulgaria and Serbia.
A new cargo terminal is expected to start operating at Oradea Airport in northwestern Romania by 2023. The new facility is planned to be constructed on a plot of 14 ha and it will be located between the airport and Industrial Park II.
“The Leader for Sustainable Development Goals” award was presented to Makedonski Telekom for its socially responsible practices. The award is given by the Civic Association Konekt, in partnership with the UN Global Compact Network in the Republic of North Macedonia.
The regional industrial-technology park is to be built in the city’s industrial zone, on a 1.6-hectare plot. The facility with an area of 10 008 sq. m will be divided into three parts – an administrative building, a semi-open exhibition area and a modular hall.
The company had applied with a project for dual education – the program “20-20-20”, which had been implemented since 2017 in partnership with technical high schools in Skopje and Gostivar.
Erste Group is investing 51 million euro in the first private project for a wind farm in North Macedonia – Bogoslovec. The facility has a total capacity of 36 MW. Its value adds up to 61 million euro and it will be located 80 km southeast of Skopje.
The company, which specializes in the production of energy efficient electrical components for lighting fixtures, plans to relocate all of its production from Europe to the Serbian city of Svilajnac.
Rapp Zastava’s plans in 2021 are related to restoring the level of sales from before the coronavirus pandemic, as well as reaching a turnover of 20 million euro by the end of 2024.