09 march 2018
The Korean company Yura has initiated the process of building its new plant in Leskovac, South Serbia, BalkanEngineer.com learned from CIJ Europe.com. The total value of the investment is about 40 million euro.
The new factory will occupy an area of 900 m2, which according to the project must be a completely sterile environment. The factory will be producing sophisticated products for electrical components with the plan to hire highly qualified employees.
According to Yura, the new facility will be among the most advanced in Europe, and in 2017 the company announced that it will open a total of two new manufacturing plants in Serbia.
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