Sofia, Belgrade, Skopje and Zagreb are among the participants in the European Green Capital Award 2023 (EGCA), organized by the European Commission.
Berry City Courier is a mix of logistics and software company with ambitions to conquer the city supply market in Sofia by the end of the year. The company's goal is to facilitate the delivery process by making it fully automatic.
The German group Miele, specializing in the production of home appliances, will invest another EUR 4 million in 2021 for equipment in its factory for production of components for home appliances in Brasov, Central Romania.
The software is specially developed for exhibitions, career exhibitions, b2b networking events, brand activations and other events where a purposeful and effective connection between the participants is sought.
Macedonian state-owned companies National Energy Resources (NER) and ESM have signed Memoranda of Understanding (MoC) for investment in the project for the the construction of a floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal and a gas plant near Alexandroupolis in Greece.
On March 31, 2021, the Bulgarian startup Dronamics, specializing in the development and operation of autonomous drones, announced that it is launching Dronamics Airline cargo drones with legal entities in Ireland, Canada and Australia.
The demand for electrical systems, air conditioning, installations, security and monitoring systems for data centers in Romania reached nearly EUR 25 million in 2020. According to Tema Energy the demand will increase by 20-25% per year over the next 2-3 years.
Macedonian company Brako investеd EUR 8 million in manufacturing facilities, halls and machines. The company also introduced the world's first hydrogen vehicle for cleaning streets and public spaces.
Romanian car manufacturer Dacia received 1500 orders for its first electric model Spring in the first 4 hours after officially putting it on sale. This is more than the total volume of electric vehicles sold in Romania in 2019, when individuals and companies bought a total of 1500 electric vehicles.
On March 17, 2021, the World Bank Board of Directors approved Phase 1 of the program for modernization of the railway sector in Serbia. Thus, 62.5 million out of the total of USD 400 million of the the program’s overall financing envelope will be provided.