Caminada Company from Italy arrives to Subotica

The proprietor of the Caminada Company from Milan, Italy, Alessio Caminada signed an agreement with the mayor of Subotica, Bogdan Laban stipulating the purchase of a land plot in the Mali Bajmok Industrial Zone.

Earlier, the Italian company bought a 1.8 hectare land plot for 23 million dinars via 4Cam, its branch office in Novi Sad.

“Caminada bought the land plot with the view of building a production facility that will employ 120 workers. This is an important day for our town. We are working every day on creating new jobs as this is an imperative for our local government”, said Subotica mayor, Bogdan Laban.

According to the proprietor of Caminada, Aldo Alessio Caminada the company is currently in the process of selecting a contract to build the factory that will span 2,000 square metres. The company specializes in production and shaping of plastic moulds that are used in home appliances, electrical industry and automotive industries.

“We would like to expand this production facility to span 10,000 square metres in a few years. This is just stage one, and during the second and third stage, our plan is to increase the number of our employees here. We chose this industrial zone to invest in because one of our clients – Ametech – is already operating here. Also, there are potential clients here like Dunkermotoren which is Ametech’s partner. Additionally, we have a client in Hungary so it makes more economic sense to cooperate with that client from Serbia”, Mr. Caminada said.

(eKapija, 09.03.2017)

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