Grammer to create 450 new jobs in Aleksinac

Director of the Serbian branch of German company Grammer AG, Pierluigi Ghione met with the Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic on Saturday to officially present the company’s new project worth 5 million EUR which will be spent on expanding the production facilities in Aleksinac, and employing 450 new workers.

PM Vucic said on the occasion that the results achieved by Grammer AG, which has been operating in Serbia for ten years now and currently employs 1,338 workers here, were exceptionally important for the economic development of the town of Aleksinac and the surrounding area. He also said that Grammer expanding its production sent a strong signal to other investors to come to Serbia and invest, and added that the government was willing to continue supporting the further growth of that German company.

Grammer AG produces components and systems for car interiors and seats for special vehicles. It has 30 factories and offices in more than 20 countries of the world, and employs over 12,000 workers.

The German company came to the Serbian market in 2007 when it opened a car seat cover factory in Aleksinac.  All of Grammer’s products manufactured in the Aleksinac facility are exported.

(Blic, 25.03.2017)

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