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Delta Holding’s revenue increased 22.3 percent last year

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Delta Holding generated revenues of 618.8 million euros in 2021, an increase of 22.3 percent over the previous year. In the same period, operating profit before tax (EBITDA) amounted to 63.03 million euros, or 28.8 percent more than in 2020.

As it was announced at today’s presentation of the annual financial report, during the last year Delta Holding paid 126.7 million euros into the budget of the Republic of Serbia on the basis of taxes and duties.

“According to these results, 2021 is the most successful year in Delta’s business, observed since 2011, when the company decided on a major turnaround in its portfolio and left the retail business,” Delta Holding’s CEO and Senior Vice President told a news conference. finance and economics, Milka Vojvodić.

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For 2022, Delta Holding announces the continuation of large investments in all areas in which it operates.

The pineapple e-commerce platform will start operating soon. It is an investment that will cost a total of around 100 million euros, and the plan is to employ 900 people by 2025. A large investment in technology and logistics, as well as its own state-of-the-art distribution center, will enable Pineapple to provide customers with superior delivery, ie a user experience like no other in this area, Delta Holding claims.

It is planned to build special windmills on Delta Agrar’s farms, which serve to prevent fruit freezing due to spring frosts. Antifrost windmills are produced by the American company Orchard Rite, and Delta Agrar will also be an agent for their products for Serbia. It will be the first time in the entire region that such technology is applied in plant protection.

Delta Real Estate plans to invest 45 million euros, most of which is for the reconstruction of the Sava Center.

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In 2022, the construction of a new Delta Auto office building is also planned, which will unite the showrooms of automobile and motorcycle brands BMW, Mini, Honda and KTM.

In addition, this year Delta will continue and expand its philanthropic project Our Village, an action launched by the company in 2018 with the aim of helping the survival of the Serbian countryside, modernizing agricultural production and organizing social life in these settlements. So far, the action has covered the Zajecar villages of Dubocane and Mala Jasikova, and now Backo Novo Selo, in the municipality of Bac, is joining the project.

Residents of this place will be offered education and continuous counseling on what modern and efficient agriculture should look like. They will get the opportunity for interest-free or very favorable loans with which they can finance their production, Biznis reports.

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