Foreign investors drawn to the town of Srbobran

The Municipality of Srbobran is becoming increasingly appealing to foreign investors, and in addition to the German company Alutec, which has rented a segment of the Elan complex, the Japanese company Aquafarm SEE has bought a greenhouse that used to belong to this agricultural complex, the president of the municipality of Srbobran, Radivoj Debeljacki, says.

“Alutec, which produces automotive aluminium parts, has set up a business in Serbia with the help of the Development Agency. They leased a part of the facility that used to belong to Ratarstvo at the Elan complex. According to the information we got from the company, they plan to employ 100 workers,” Debeljacki adds.

He points out that, in cooperation with the Development Agency of Serbia and the Development Agency of Vojvodina, foreign investors often come to Srbobran to inquire about the investment conditions

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One of them is the Japanese company Aquafarm SEE.

“For the time being, they are preparing to launch production here which is expected to happen in the spring next year,” Debeljacki explains.

Aquafarm SEE is a Japanese company founded by Kihachiro Nishiura in Serbia in 2015, in an attempt, according to the company’s website, to expand the business cooperation of Japan and Serbia.

“Our company is a representative of the Japanese Southeast Europe Business Association (JSEEBA) for the Balkans and our main business processes are related to international cooperation with Japan,” the website says.

(eKapija, 08.11.2020)

https://www.ekapija.com/news/3064261/srbobran-sve-privlacniji-stranim-investitorima-nemacki-alutec-zaposlice-100-radnika-japanski-aquafarm

 

 

 

 

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