Israeli company Wood Feel will launch furniture production in Kursumlija in October, which is the first foreign investment in the town.
The Israeli company has signed an agreement on the lease of 7,000 square metres in the building of the former Konfekcija 7. Juli Company in Kursumlija on 19th June. The plan is to open a furniture factory in this location that will employ at least a hundred workers.
Ran Aviad, owner of the Israeli company, pointed out that, following the renovation, the production would, most likely, start in the autumn.
“I am very pleased that we are opening a plant in Kursumlija, where we will produce furniture for worldwide export. Since raw materials are available here, we will install the latest machinery at the plant, and will make furniture of the highest quality”, Aviad pointed out.
He also said that a certain number of workers would be sent to Israel for training.
Want to open a company in Serbia in few days? Click here!
Aviad adds that an agreement with the Kursumlija-based plant Simpo-Sik on the delivery of the elements required for the production of furniture at the new factory, has already been concluded.
“I hope that the first furniture pieces produced at the Kursumlija plant will be exhibited at the world furniture fair in New York this October”, Aviad added.
(Gde Investirati, 24.06.2018)
This post is also available in: Italiano