Medvedja: Italian industrialists discuss investments

Italian industrialists have expressed interest in investing and opening of a textile factory, focusing mainly on production of socks in Medvedja, a town in Southern Serbia.

President of the municipality of Medvedja, Nebojsa Arsic met with a delegation of Italian business people, including Francesco Bonomelli from ITAGI SRL, and Alessandro Pirelli from Tecno Impianti.

“The potential investors saw that the municipality of Medvedja had a lot of untapped investment potential, and that there are premises that would suit their needs and requirements. In the following weeks, we are going to discuss potential investments in more detail“, the president’s cabinet has said. After the meeting, the delegation visited available production facilities in Medvedja.

ITAGI SRL is a company that has a wealth of experience in installing textile and leather machinery, particularly the one used in texturing, covering, knitting, dyeing, sewing, boarding and packaging, while Tecno Impianti has been operating in the textile sector for almost 30 years and it develops automation systems and electrical panels to improve processing time and optimize consumption in textile industry.

There are several Italian textile and apparel companies already operating in Serbia namely Benetton, which took over the Nitex Company from Nis, as well as other renowned Italian companies like Pompea, Golden Lady and Calzedonia.

(eKapija, 21.02.2017)

http://www.ekapija.com/website/sr/page/1676281/Italijani-zainteresovani-za-proizvodnju-%C4%8Darapa-u-Medve%C4%91i

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