Grundfos had a groundbreaking ceremony in Indjija today, marking the beginning of the construction of their new factory.
Once the factory is finished, Grundfos will employ additional workers, on top of 900 which is how much this Danish company currently in Indjija.
The ceremony was attended by the Serbian Prime Minister, Ana Brnabic, and the president of the municipality of Indjija, Vladimir Gak. Brnabić first visited the existing production facility. The main products manufactured here are the heating and air-conditioning pumps, as well as pumps for water supply, wastewater and dosage pumps.
Also, two years ago, a new, improved wastewater management facility was opened.
“More than EUR 500 million worth of direct investments have been made in Indjija so far. When, back in the day, I said that Indjija would become the biggest construction site in Srem, it sounded pretentious to some, but today, we are witnessing the beginning of the construction of a new EUR 20 million production facility, spanning over 20,000 square metres,” Gak said.
Brnabić said that Indjija was one of the best European locations for investments.
„With this investment, the Indjija plant will have over 1,000 employees and thus become the third biggest Grundfos factory in the world,” the prime minister said on the occasion.
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