The JFE Shoji Serbia Company, registered in Belgrade, submitted a request for the analysis of an environmental impact assessment related to the construction of a factory that will produce electric engine parts in the Vojvodinian town of Inđija.
The President of Inđija Municipality, Vladimir Gak, announced that the construction of the factory would officially start on March 18th. The new factory will employ close to 200 people in the initial phase. The investment is valued at EUR 40 million.
JFE Shoji produces rotors and electric motors (wipers and lifters) for the biggest brands in the automotive industry, as well as that they cooperate with the Japanese companies Toyo Tires and Nidec, which are already operating in Serbia.
The Serbian branch of JFE was founded in June last year and it operates under JFE Shoji Corporation based in Japan.
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