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Hisense invests 40 million euros for its new factory in Valevo, Serbia

03 august 2022

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The Chinese company Hisense will invest more than 40 million euros in a new factory for the production of cooling devices in the city of Valevo (Central Serbia), Balkanengineer.com learned from Serbianmonitor.com.

 

 

The new factory will manufacture Hisense, Gorenje and Asko cooling units mainly for export to Europe. Construction work on the site is still ongoing and is scheduled to be completed soon, with the factory opening in February 2023, the company said.

 

Gorenje has been operating successfully in Valevo for 16 years and employs more than 1,600 people from both the city and the Kolubara District. Once completed, the new manufacturing plant will employ nearly 1,000 more people over a three-year period.

 

The factory is being built next to the existing 45,000 m2 production site and will have a modern 30,000 m2 production hall, warehouses and a restaurant for employees.

 

The planned production at the new plant will be 750,000 devices per year, while the total production of all three plants will amount to 1.7 million devices per year by 2025.

 

Since the opening of the first factory in Valevo, more than 9 million devices have been produced. As much as 92% of the products produced in Valevo are exported to Europe, making this factory one of the largest exporters in Serbia.

 

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