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Gorenje opens new plant in Zajecar

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The Slovenian company Gorenje is going to open a new plant in Zajecar, people from the Ministry of Economy and Regional Development confirmed to Tanjug today.

The plant will be producing washing and drying machines. The industrial complex in Zajecar comprises two halls spanning a total of 18,000 square meters on 14 ha of land.

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Gorenje will employ at least 300 people in Zajecar. The planned initial investment will amount to approximately 2.9 million euros.

Over the past few months, Minister of Economy Mladjan Dinkic has organized visits of people from Gorenje to potential locations in our country on several occasions and they have chosen Zajecar where an agreement on construction of a new plant will be signed within next few days.

– At this moment we are doing our best to make it possible for other cities and municipalities in Serbia to get new plants and new jobs – said the people at the Ministry of Economy.

Gorenje already has two production locations in Serbia. There is a production center for refrigerators and freezers in Valjevo, while the factory complex in Stara Pazova produces boilers.

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