Termoelektro oprema opened new plant in Lopare

Termoelektro oprema opened new plant in Lopare

Published at: 2019-09-02 14:21 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Termoelektro oprema has opened a new production plant located in Lopare, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The company plans to hire 50 new people in the next two years at the plant, which produces a variety of parts for thermal power and industrial facilities. The factory was officially opened by the Prime Minister of the Republika Srpska Radovan Viskovic, Lopare Mayor Rado Savic and by the majority owner of the factory Ilija Stjepanovic. The value of the work, which began in 2017, has not been made public, while a ceremony was also held for the beginning of construction of another new production hall.

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