The agreement on subsidizing the Turkish automotive parts company Solyemez, which plans to create 160 new jobs, will be signed in seven days – the Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic announced yesterday.
The facility will be located in Zitoradja and the production is due to start in three months time. Initially, 150 new jobs will be created and the plan is that the company employs over 500 workers in the future.
The Turkish investor, which bought the production facility of the former electronics company from Zitoradja, produce car parts and its biggest supplier is the Teklas Company from Vladicin Han.
Solyemez’s executives say that, as soon as the subsidy agreement is signed, the company will start bringing in the equipment and the production can start in three months.
The company’s proprietor underlined that his company enjoyed a full support both from the state and local government and that they have never been welcomed like this.