The American company for software product engineering and consulting Coherent Solutions has announced that it is opening a research and development (R&D) center in Bucharest, Romania. The company aims at hiring 30 new experts by the end of 2021.
The installation is a platform floating over the water surface with a size of around half a hectare. It will consist of 110 hydrogen tanks, each with a volume of 50 cubic meters. Different types of equipment that will be powered by wind, solar energy or both will be positioned above them.
Gerresheimer plans to double the number of employees in the medium term and to expand its production capacity in order to add glass syringe production lines as part of a second investment cycle. The first investment phase of the factory is estimated at 25 million euro.
Kyungshin Cable has opened a factory for production of components for batteries for high-tech electric vehicles in the town of Smederevska Palanka, Serbia. The production will be exported to the European market.
The company's investment plan envisions the opening of a research and development (R&D) center that will focus on the production of new capacitors, the creation of new production facilities and the opening of premises for research and testing of new materials.
Chinese manufacturer of car and motorcycle parts Mei Ta is planning new investments in the industrial zone in Baric, Obrenovac municipality in Serbia. The initial idea of Mei Ta's management was to build the company's largest logistics center in Europe in Baric.
The Greek company Chipita, a leader in the production and distribution of food products such as 7Days, Finetti and Chipicao, is expanding by 60% the production area of its factory in Clinceni, near Bucharest.
The General Director of the Bulgarian National Railway Infrastructure Company (NRIC) dipl.eng. Krassimir Papukchiiski welcomed a delegation of Macedonian Railways - Infrastructure, led by the new General Director of the company Hari Lokvenets.
Belgrade entered the finals of the competition for the best Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan, as part of the wider competition during the European Mobility Week 2020.
According to the Spatial Plan of Serbia from 2021 to 2035 two new airports will be built in Serbia - near the town of Dobanovtsi and the town of Novi Sad.