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Završetak nove fabrike kiseonika u Boru početkom 2014. - "Messer Tehnogas" ulaže više od 20 mil EUR
Kompanija "Messer Tehnogas", koja posluje u sastavu nemačke grupacije "Messer", uložiće više od 20 mil EUR u izgradnju novog postrojenja za razlaganje vazduha u Boru, izjavio je u sredu (13. marta 2013. godine) Tanjugu generalni direktor "Messer Tehnogas"-a Ernst Bode.

On je na Kopaonik biznis forumu rekao da postoje određena kašnjenja u realizaciji tog projekta, zbog birokratskih prepreka u našoj zemlji.

Izgradnja novog postrojenja trebalo bi, kako je najavljeno, da bude završena početkom 2014. godine. U tom pogonu, proizvodiće se 10.000 kubika kiseonika, kao i 7.000 kubika azota na sat. "Messer je 2009. godine za 2,7 mil USD kupio staru fabriku za proizvodnju kiseonika u Boru.

Inače, "Messer Tehnogas" u Srbiji posluje od 1997. godine i u fabrikama u Boru, Nišu, Pančevu, Novom Sadu, Beogradu, Požegi i Kraljevu zapošljava više od 330 radnika, a svoje proizvodne kapacitete ima i u Crnoj Gori.

- Naša kompanija je do sada u Srbiji investirala više od 100 mil EUR - rekao je Bode.

On je naveo i da je struja u Srbiji dosta poskupela za potrošače na visokom naponu, te da se tako dodatno otežava poslovanje 26 preduzeća. Prema njegovim rečima, u Srbiji je struja za ovu vrstu potrošača skuplja za 30% nego u Nemačkoj i 16% u odnosu na Mađarsku.

EPS je u februaru saopštilo da nije više snabdevač kompanije "Messer", jer je ta firma zaključila ugovor o snabdevanju sa slovenačkim trgovcem električnom energijom "GEN-I".


Sklapaćemo beloruske trolejbuse?
Belorusija i Srbija razmatraju mogućnost da počnu zajednički posao oko sklapanja Beloruskih trolejbusa, piše Beloruska telegrafska agencija (BELTA).

Ovu informaciju je u javnost izneo Juri Klemjato, generalni direktor kompanije "Belkommunmash holding management" posle sastanka srpskog predsednika Tomislava Nikolića sa beloruskim biznimsenima.

Inače "Belkommunmash holding" isporučuje svoje trolejbuse Beogradu već deset godina. Poslednji serija od 82 trolejbusa je isporučena Beogradu 2010. godine.

Sada kompanija sugeriše da preuzme posao obnavljanja i zamene beogradske flote trolejbusa. Nove trelejbuse bi trebalo da sklapa neko državno preduzeće u Srbiji. Beloruska i srpska strana su razmatrali i mogućnost stvaranja zajedničkog preduzeća koje će u Srbiji da radi sklapanje.

- Ipak sve zavisi od finansija. Taj posao će početi tek onda kada grad Beograd to bude mogao da isfinansira. Forma preduzeća koje će to raditi još nije do kraja dogovorana - kaže Juri Klemjato, navodeći da će on uskoro posetiti Beograd zbog nastavka pregovora.

Klemjato je rekao i da je "Belkommunmash" ponudio i rad na modernizaciji transporntne infrastrukture - strujnih žica za trolejbuse i tramvajskih šina.


Reindustrialization plan finished by April
A plan of reindustrialization of the Serbian economy will be finished by April, Vice President of the National Council for Economic Recovery Branislav Grujic told Tanjug on Wednesday.

"The plan is to work with the Ministry of Economy, experts and all interested and relevant parties in the Serbian economy, to define a basic strategic plan to start the process of reindustrialization," said Grujic, who is the president of PSP-Farman.

A meeting of the National Council for Economic Recovery was held ahead of the Kopaonik Business Forum to discuss reindustrialization.
"We are working actively on the issue. It is visible that this meeting brought about a certain change in the way of thinking of the participants, one that turns us towards a new development model called reindustrialization, which cannot be done overnight. It is a long-term task we need to work on in the next 15-20 years," Grujic noted.

It involves a change in the way business in Serbia has been done over the past 20 years, he stated.
"The prime minister has implied it, and our leading economists suggest a change in that direction, which will take a long time. It is a painful process, but we have no other way to overcome the crisis," Grujic remarked.

The most important thing is that the new government understands that and is turning a new leaf towards a new direction of development, he stressed.

The Wednesday message from the Kopaonik Business Forum, which will last until March 15, is important not only for the Serbian public, but for foreign investors and international financial institutions as well, he concluded.


Completion of new oxygen plant in Bor expected in early 2014 - Messer Tehnogas to invest over EUR 20
Messer Tehnogas, which operates as part of the Messer Group from Germany, is going to invest over EUR 20 million in the construction of a new oxygen plant in Bor, Messer Tehnogas CEO Ernst Bode told Tanjug news agency Wednesday (13 March 2013).

He said at the Kopaonik Business Forum that there were certain delays in the implementation of that project due to bureaucratic obstacles in our country.

As it was announced, construction of the new plant should be completed in early 2014. Once put into operation, it will be producing 10,000 cubic meters of oxygen and 7,000 cubic meters of nitrogen per hour. Messer bought an old factory for producing oxygen in Bor in 2009 for USD 2.7 million.

By the way, Messer Tehnogas operates in Serbia since 1997 and employs more than 330 workers at its factories in Bor, Nis, Pancevo, Novi Sad, Belgrade, Pozega and Kraljevo. This company also has production facilities in Montenegro.

- Our company has so far contributed in excess of EUR 100 million to Serbia - said Bode.

He noted that the price of electricity in Serbia for high-voltage consumers had gone up significantly, adding that that additionally aggravated the operations of 26 companies. As he explained, electricity price in Serbia for this type of consumers is 30 percent higher than in Germany and 16 percent higher than in Hungary.

The Electric Power Company of Serbia (EPS) announced in February that it would no longer supply electric energy to the Messer company as that company had concluded an electricity supply agreement with the Slovenian electricity seller GEN-I.


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