Delphi has started constructing a new factory on the outskirts of Leskovac, in the Green Zone location.
This automotive components manufacturer plans to employ between 2,000 and 2,500 people once the factory is finished.
Leskovac Mayor, Goran Cvetanovic and Serbian President, Aleksandar Vucic were the first to announce the investment back in August of this year. The Leskovac Mayor recently signed a contract with Delphi stipulating the construction of the new factory.
This global supplier within the automotive industry operates in 45 countries of the world. In addition to Leskovac, it also has a factory in Novi Sad.
With the new investment from the British company, Leskovac is about to become the automotive hub of Serbia. The Korean company, YURA is already producing electric cables for automobile industry, while the Greek company, Autostop produces car mats here.
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