New Bosnian bottling plant opens after €4m investment

New Bosnian bottling plant opens after €4m investment

Published at: 2019-06-11 09:41 | Author: CIJ Serbia
The Republika Srpska, Minister of Economics Vjekoslav Petricevic attended the opening of a new spring water plant located east of Tuzla along the Drina river in Zvornik. He was joined by the town's mayor Zoran Stevanovic, with the two on hand to tour the plant which will produce 12,000 bottles and hour, for an annual total of up to 100 million. The plant currently employs 33 people who will work in three shifts, with the bottled output intended primarily for export to Serbia, Montegegro and to the Middle East.

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