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Driving economic growth: Svilajnac’s thriving business environment

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Svilajnac, located in the Pomeranian District, is rapidly emerging as a hub for entrepreneurs, evidenced by the increasing number of businesses investing in the area. The municipality boasts the “Svilajnac” free zone, spanning 57 hectares and comprising two industrial zones housing 15 business entities. The thriving business environment is attributed to well-equipped infrastructure and access to a qualified workforce.

Tijana Jovanović, director of the Free Zone Management Company “Svilajnac” D.O.O., highlights the municipality’s commitment to aligning its educational system with the needs of investors. High school programs now follow the dual system, providing students with hands-on experience in companies operating within the free zone. This strategic approach has already attracted three new investors to the area.

Among these investors is the Turkish company “Doku San Automotive”, with a history dating back to 1974. Opting for Svilajnac due to its strategic location and favorable conditions, the company plans to focus on exports to Germany, particularly for the Volkswagen Group. With construction underway, the facility is set to commence operations by mid-June, employing 80 workers by year-end.

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Miloš Davinić, director of “Doku San Automotive” in Serbia, emphasizes the significance of Svilajnac’s educational offerings, particularly the High School’s relevant programs catering to the company’s production needs. The presence of skilled profiles such as locksmith-welders influenced the company’s decision to establish operations in the area.

The success of the Svilajnac Free Zone is underscored by its two fully occupied industrial zones, prompting plans for the construction of a third zone. Predrag Milanović, the municipality’s president, expresses ambitions to position Svilajnac as a regional leader. With several companies nearing the start of production, including both domestic and international firms, Svilajnac anticipates significant economic growth and development in the coming years.

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