Fabrika sedišta iz Priboja isporučila 2.000 ogibljenja za sedišta italijanskoj firmi "Ama Adriatic"
Fabrika sedišta iz Priboja isporučila je prvih 2.000 ogibljenja za sedišta italijanskoj firmi
Pribojska fabrika će za italijanskog partnera u naredne dve godine mesečno isporučivati po 2.000 komada specijalnih ogibljenja za traktore.
Da bi se pripremila oprema za proizvodnju ogibljenja, Vlada Srbije je obezbedila 5,3 miliona dinara.
U Fabrici sedišta u toku su pripreme za proizvodnju još jedne vrste ogibljenja za firmu "Ama Adriatic".
Nakon probnih uzoraka uslediće, kako se očekuje, serijska proizvodnja što je dodatna nada za oporavak Fabrike sedišta koja zapošljava 50 radnika.
Pribojska Fabrika sedišta, odlukom nadležnih organa, nije više u stečaju već u postupku restrukturiranja, što znači da u finansijskom smislu kreće "od nule" i da može nesmetano da obavlja platni promet, rečeno je novinarima danas u tom kolektivu.
Export from Serbia to Germany on constant rise
Preliminary data on the trade exchange for March this year show that during 2011 Serbia could export to Germany goods and services worth over €1 billion, the Ministry of Economy of Serbia announced on Wednesday.
The preliminary data for March 2011 also show that trade exchange between Serbia and Germany continues to rise and that total trade between the two countries could reach €2.5 billion.
According to the data provided by the German Federal Office of Statistics, which were submitted to the competent ministry by the Serbian Embassy to Berlin, Serbia's exports to Germany in the first two months this year reached €127.9 million.
According to the statement issued by the Ministry of Economy and Regional Development, Serbia's exports to Germany increased by around 33% in the first two months of 2011, while imports from Germany to Serbia rose by more than 13% against the same period last year.
In this way, Serbia's exports to Germany exceeded the record high from 2008 when Serbian companies exported goods and services worth €117.5 million in January and February that year.
Thus, Serbia could become Germany’s most important foreign trade partner within CEFTA by the end of the year since exports from Croatia, which has so far been the largest exporter of goods and services to Germany, are growing at much lower rate.
The increase in Serbia’s exports to Germany is achieved owing to larger export of electrical devices and equipment, worth over €30 million, which is almost 50 percent more than in the same period last year.
Export of steel, copper and aluminum products has also grown, as well as textile, food products, fresh and frozen fruits and grain export.
Companies that cooperate with Serbia the most come from Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg and North Rhine-Westphalia. Provinces that register a deficit in the exchange with Serbia are Bavaria, Thuringia, Saxony-Anhalt, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Hamburg and Bremen, the statement adds.