Eagle Technology opens new plant in Bosnia

Eagle Technology opens new plant in Bosnia

Published at: 2019-05-10 10:59 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Eagle Technology has opened a new factory in Zepce, central Bosnia. The Norwegian company invested more than €1m in the 1,300 sqm facility, which spreads over a 2,400 sqm site. Eagle Technology has been operating in Zepce for several years, where it produces machines for Scandinavian companies active in the marine and oil industries. The company recently bought a 20,000 sqm parcel of land for future expansion. It currently employs 30 people.

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