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Jul 03, 2023 16:25 EEST
July 3 (SeeNews) - Bulgarian mining company Persenk Invest said on Monday it opened a new plant for concrete products near the second-largest city of Plovdiv, after investing over 16 million leva ($8.9 million/8.2 million euro) in the project.
The plant is located in the village of Hadjievo and relies on a high-tech, fully-automated work process, Persenk Invest said in a press release.
"Our goal has always been to reduce the output of aggregates and use them only for our own production needs," Persenk Invest managing director and co-owner Ivan Georgiev said.
The Bulgarian company is partnering with global market leaders in concrete solutions technology such as Germany's Hess Group, Eirich and Wasa.
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)
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