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Oct 26, 2022 15:07 EEST
October 26 (SeeNews) - Serbian packaging company Eko Pak plans to expand its factory in Surdulica, in the south of the country, with the addition of a new unit, the local authorities said on Wednesday.
The company plans to add to it factory a unit for the production of paper and polyethylene packaging and two warehouses with a total area of 16,800 square metres, documents posted on the Surdulica city website showed.
Approached by SeeNews for information on the volume of the planned investment and the capacity of the new unit, a company official declined comment.
According to the Serbian business registry, ownership in Eko Pak is equally split between private individuals Dejan Simonovic and Goran Simonovic.
The company was founded in 2004 with a capital of 152,330 dinars ($1,300/1,300 euro).
$ = 0.9958 euro
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