According to Sasha Djordjevic of the FCA union in Kragujevac, the merger of the two companies will help for the expansion of sales markets on several continents, as well as increase in production, higher wages and the arrival of a new car model.
On January 6, 2021, the Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Tomislav Momirovic and the Chinese Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Chen Bo signed a Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation regarding rail vehicles in Serbia, BalkanEngineer.com learned from eKapija.com.
The government of North Macedonia has announced the goals and projects in the field of renewable energy sources in the country.
Problems with the companies implementing the new highway Gradsko-Prilep in North Macedonia have been overcome and with the beginning of the upcoming construction season its construction will start at an accelerated pace.
A joint agreement for the construction of the subway in the Serbian capital, Belgrade, will be signed on January 22nd between the Serbian government, the Chinese company PowerChina and the French Alstom.
The acquisition is part of TeraPlast Group's development strategy and is being carried out alongside with the company's planned investments worth more than EUR 32 million.
An announcement for public procurement was published on the Electronic System for Public Procurement, with an invitation for preparing a feasibility study for either establishing a public-private partnership or potential sale of the power plant.
The company is considering several locations to open its center, that will mostl likely will be located in the northern part of Bucharest. The company plans to hire a store manager, two service technicians, a service manager and a sales consultant.
With the Memorandum the parties officially declared their intention to make all necessary efforts for the realization of "Day Ahead" market coupling between Bulgaria and North Macedonia.
Siemens Mobility delivered to the German transport company Bremen Strassenbahn (BSAG) the first of a total of 47 trams manufactured entirely at the company's factory in Kragujevac, Serbia.