A South African company will open a marble and granite plant in the town of Indjija (in Vojvodina) soon.
This was announced by the president of the municipality of Indjija, Vladimir Gak, who estimated the economic situation in the municipality as very favourable.
“You can imagine how much it will mean to us when we have 540 new workers at Toyo Tires, and now another 40 at this marble and granite factory. Once Grundfos expands, that’ll create another 1,000 new jobs. There are 1,300 people registered at the job centre here, so the economic situation is more than good,” Gak stated.
Recently, the Government of Serbia approved the expansion of Free Zone Šabac to include an additional area of 68 hectares and 74 acres in the municipality of Indija for the purpose of further inciting the investments in this municipality. The expansion encompasses two land plots connected within a single business unit.
At the same time, foreign investments in Indjija are going as planned, including the construction of the Toyo Tires factory.
The investments and the new jobs have led to an influx of the population from neighbouring towns, stimulating the development of the construction industry and the construction of apartments.
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