Etem Bulgaria and Gestamp North Europe Services received approval for the joint establishment of two companies in Bulgaria.
The German grocery store chain supermarkets Lidl opened the doors of its first logistics center in Eastern Romania.
On 25th April 2019, the Chinese Exim Bank signed an agreement for financing the high-speed rail link between Novi Sad and Subotica, Serbia.
The producer of rubber and plastic articles Teklas Bulgaria received a class “A” certificate for its new investment project.
A new high-tech factory with Turkish-German capital is being built near Kuklen, Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
The Turkish company Durmazlar, which is specialized in tramway production, is considering the opening of a tram factory in Romania.
DP World, the new owner of the Port of Novi Sad, Serbia, plans to invest EUR 30 million in its development.
From 16th to 21st September 2019 in Germany, the manufacturing exhibition EMO will be held, which will be attended by three Bulgarian companies.
More than 30 students had the opportunity to spend one day in the center of Skopje, where the complex Limak Diamond Skopje is being built.
After a 10-year break, the production of Romanian agricultural tractors has begun – the first one of the TAGRO model is already a fact.