Germany’s Paschal to invest in Cacak

Another foreign investor might come to Cacak soon, and unofficial sources say that the company in question is Paschal from Germany.

Paschal produces and engineers formwork and is headquartered in Schwarzwald. If Paschal comes to Serbia, it will be located in the facility owned by the Helvetic Company, an old partner of theirs.

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“Paschal is a huge company and has over 20,000 workers. Together with them, we want to establish a regional centre for the Balkans and Eastern Europe where certain components for Kleter and tunnel systems will be produced, and the plan also includes training for working with modern construction systems,” said the owner of the Cacak-based company Helvetic, Slavisa Markovic.

More information about the potential arrival of the German company to the town of Cacak will be revealed only when the mayor of Cacak, Milun Todorovic, meets with one of the top managers of the German company, Stefan Linke, on May 28th. 

(Vecernje Novosti, 18.05.2019)

http://www.novosti.rs/vesti/naslovna/ekonomija/aktuelno.239.html:795271-Nemacki-Pasal-dolazi-u-Cacak

 

 

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