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Sep 14, 2020 19:02 EEST
September 14 (SeeNews) - Domestic and foreign companies intend to invest some 20 million marka ($12 million/10.2 million euro) in a new industrial and business zone in Derventa, northern Bosnia, local media reported on Monday.
The new industrial and business zone will spread on 24,000 square metres and will employ some 200 people, business news portal eKapija.com reported.
Bosnian retailer of second-hand vehicles, MB Motors, is going to build a sports and recreational facility covering over 1,600 square metres in the new zone and employing 15 workers.
Local diversified holding company Robot will build a retail centre on an area of 4,500 square metres and will employ 65 workers in it, while local supplier of plumbing materials, Vokel, will invest in a 4,000 square metre facility and employ 40 workers.
"Part of the land in the zone was purchased by a domestic investor [...], which is in the process of registering a company for manufacturing sunblinds," eKapija quoted a representative of Derventa municipality as saying.
The German owners of metal processing company Tehpro CNC who have been doing business in the town of Derventa since 2008 plan to expand their capacities into the new industrial zone as well.
Local metal processing company Metal Pro plans to build a business facility employing 12 people in it. The company also plans to build a production line in the industrial zone.
According to the media report, an Italian investor plans to launch production of road shaft parts in Derventa.
(1 euro = 1.95583 marka)
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