The Romanian manufacturer of PVC profiles and polymer products TeraPlast Group had acquired a production line for polyethylene films from Brikston Construction Solutions. The group is the only producer of HFFR granules in Romania.
The Swiss provider of software and cloud technology solutions SoftwareONE had acquired HeleCloud – a partner of the cloud services platform Amazon Web Services. Thus, the company will expand its services connected to AWS in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The investment is part of the “Inputrans” project, which the country is developing in cooperation with partners from Hungary. The planned location of the railway logistics center in the city of Subotica is the “Mali Bajmok” industrial zone.
The Bulgarian capital is improving its position in this year’s edition of the fDi Magazine and TNW “Tech Cities of the Future 2021”. After the data analysis of 76 cities from 31 European countries, Sofia ranks 19th in the overall ranking.
The Minister of Transport and Communications of North Macedonia, Blagoj Bocvarski, announced that more than 30 mayors had signed contracts for the rehabilitation of road infrastructure across the country.
The facility will be built in the Sea Garden of Burgas in the form of a large tree with the purpose to provide healthy entertainment for both children and adults. The attraction complex is the most impressive development of Walltopia and it will combine many different activities.
Тhe latest trends, scientific and industrial achievements in areas such as treatment and distribution of drinking and wastewater, energy efficiency and other types of technical equipment will be presented during the event.
The German company Allergo Healthcare had chosen Bulgaria as a location for the construction of the largest plant for anti-allergic fabrics in Europe. The facility will be located in Pleven and will cover an area of 6000 sq.m.
Loans from the funding can be granted to both individuals and companies that are planning green projects in the housing sector. The resources will be provided through the Western Balkans Green Economy Financing Facility.
The Bulgarian high-tech startup EnduroSat is planning the construction of the first of its kind laboratory for nanosatellites in Sofia. The investment amounts to 2.1 million euro.