The Austrian company Schiebel is building a factory in Jagodina that will produce actuators and electromechanical elements for refineries and nuclear power plants. The value of the investment is over a million euro.
Construction of the plant in the town’s industrial area, in the Italian Street, began a fortnight ago, and the facility is about 300 metres from the plant of another foreign investor, the German company Fischer, which was officially opened the other day.
The factory should be completed by the end of this year. Initially, it will employ 25 workers, later to be increased to 100 employees.
The Viennese company, owned by Klaus Schiebel, is engaged in producing the electrical and mechanical parts for crude oil refineries and nuclear power plants, and mainly produces actuator-converters, which it exports to almost every country in the world.
The company has three business partners in the European Union and seven in the rest of the world. The Vienna-based factory, which is fully automated, employs 120 people.
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