Pretty Group to launch textile production in Sombor soon

One of the biggest corporations from Bangladesh, Pretty Group, which employs over 17,000 workers, might start the production in its facilities in Sombor as soon as this June.

The company will employ 500 people, and interested candidates will have the opportunity to apply for one of the first 300 jobs on Friday, April 7, at the Job Fair.

According to Davor Brecic, Serbian representative of the company headquartered in Dhaka, several days ago, Pretty Group signed an agreement on the lease of two halls of the former Zastava Specijalni Automobili company, the adaptation of which is to start this week to accommodate machinery for the production of woven textile.

– If the adaptation of the rented premises, the installation of the equipment and the training of the workers all go according to plan, we expect that the production might start as soon as June – Brecic announces and adds that 300 people will be employed in the first phase, with additional 200 soon thereafter.

After the first results come in, the owners will decide whether to start the planned project of the construction of new halls in the Sombor industrial zone, or to offer the buyout of not just the production facilities, but the entire complex, to the current owners of the rented premises.

(eKapija, 05.04.2017)

http://www.ekapija.com/website/en/page/1721262/Pretty-Group-to-start-producing-textile-in-Sombor-in-June-Investors-from-Bangladesh-rent-Zastava-s-facilities

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