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RTB "Bor" uložio 25 mil EUR u novu elektronsku opremu u flotaciji "Veliki Krivelj"

Rudarsko topioničarski basen "Bor" uložio je 25 mil EUR u novu tehnologiju, rekonstrukciju i proširenje jednog od najznačajnijih pogona za preradu bakra, flotaciju u "Velikom Krivelju", čime je omogućeno da se sada ceo proces proizvodnje prati i reguliše elektronski i pomoću kamera.

Zahvaljujući uštedama na troškovima za reagense i električnu energiju i proširenju kapaciteta, očekuje se da se uloženi novac vrati u roku od pet godina.

- Za kupovinu opreme od kompanije "Meco minerals" izdvojeno je 17 mil EUR, a ukupna vrednost projekta je 25 mil EUR. Ovo ulaganje nam omogućava da smanjimo troškove, prvenstveno električne energije, a uz to smo povećali količinu i kvalitet koncentrata bakra za novu topionicu, a kada budemo završili rekonstrukciju imaćemo potpuno automatizovan proces - izjavila je Tanjugu upravnik flotacije "Veliki Krivelj" Vesna Pavlov.

Više od 90% radova je završeno, kapacitet je povećan sa osam na deset i po miliona tona rovne rude godišnje, a kada svi poslovi budu završeni, kapacitet bi trebalo da dostigne planiranih 18 miliona tona rude.

Uvedeno je elektronsko upravljanje procesom, a iz kontrolne sobe moguće je pomoću kamera pratiti i regulisati proizvodnju.

- Kamere su uperene u komoru flotacione mašine i sa komandnog pulta možemo tačno da vidimo kakav je izgled bakarne pene, da li flotaciona mašina izbacuje više ili manje materijala i da na osnovu toga regulišemo nivo u mašinama i reagense koje koristimo. Na taj način nam je mnogo lakše da pravilno vodimo ceo tehnološki proces - objasnila je Pavlov.



MIŠČEVIĆ: Uspešan skrining za pregovore sa EU

Šefica tima Srbije za pregovore sa EU Tanja Mišćević ocenila je da je bilo vrlo uspešno i sadržajno dvodnevno tumačenje prava i odredbi koje su predstavnici Evropske unije dali srpskim zvaničnicima i stručnjacima u Briselu.

Srpski tim je, istakla je Tanja Miščević, pokazao izuzetno zanimanje i znanje u pitanjima postavljanim funkcionerima i ekspertima Evropske komisije i drugog dana uvodnog "skrininga", upoznavanja s "pravnom tekovinom" EU vezanom za osnovna prava. To je deo Poglavlja 23 o pravosuđu i pravima građana Unije o kojem najpre treba da počnu pregovori Srbija-EU o članstvu u januaru 2014.

Prvog dana je bilo reči o delotvornom, nezavisnom i nepristrasnom sudstvu, kao osnovnom uslovu za suzbijanje korupcije, a danas su se tumačenja i pitanja odnosila na građanska prava, zaštitu podataka o ličnosti, manjinskih prava, uključujući pravo na okupljanje, nediskriminaciju i seksualnu orijentaciju.

Sad predstoji veliki posao srpskoj strani jer u decembru Evropskoj komisiji na "bilateralnom skriningu" predočiti kakvo je trenutno stanje u srpskom pravu, kakvi su finansijski i institucionalni kapaciteti Srbije, kakvi se izazovi uočavaju za sprovođenje svega što se planira ubuduće, kolika je pomoć EU i Komisije potrebna.

Zato je od izuzetne važnosti, istakla je glavni pregovarač Miščević, što je srpski tim svojom pripremom i pitanjima evropskim sagovornicima jasno razumeo suštinu ovog uvodnog "skrininga" kao svojevrsne vežbe za buduće pregovore s EU o članstvu.

Ona je podvukla da su "nezavisnost i delotvornost pravosuđa, o čemu je bilo reči juče, osnovna načela na kojima počiva sve ono što nazivamo pravo Evropske unije".

- Standarda kao takvih u ovoj oblasti Evropska unije nema previše, pa se to "pozajmljuje" iz dokumenata, konvencija UN, Saveta Evrope, OEBS-a - rekla je Miščević.

Ali, naglasila je šefica pregovaračkog tima Srbije, "apsolutna potreba i zahtev jeste nezavisnost i efikasnost pravosuđa i sve ide u tom pravcu u Srbiji, jer to se mora postići kao osnovno merilo pravosuđa".

A, kako je istakla, takvo pravosuđe je potrebno kako zbog EU, tako i "prevashodno zbog nas samih".

Tanja Miščević je navela da će srpski tim u kojem će biti stručnjaci za unutrašnje poslove, iduće nedelje doći u Brisel da bi u Evropskoj komisiji dobio podrobna obrazloženja o pravnom uređenju delovanja policije, unutrašnjih poslova EU, što je neposredno povezano s delovanjem pravne države i pravosuđa.



RTB Bor invested 25 million EUR into new electronic equipment in Veliki Krivelj flotation

Mining basin Bor has invested 25 million EUR in new technology, reconstruction and expansion of one of the most significant plants for copper processing, the flotation in Veliki Krivelj. Now, the entire process of manufacture can be monitored and regulated electronically and with the help of cameras.
Due to savings on expenses for reagents and electricity and expansion of capacity, the invested money should be returned in 5 years period.
- For the purchase of equipment from Meco minerals was given 17 million EUR, and entire value of the project is 25 million EUR. This investment allows us to cut down expenses, primarily of electricity, and with that we have increased the quantity and the quality of copper concentrate for the new plant. Once we finish reconstruction we will have a completely automated process, stated Veliki Krivelj flotation manager, Vesna Pavlov.
More than 90% of works have been completed, the capacity has been increased from 8 to 10 and a half million tons of mine per year, and once all the work is done, the capacity should reach the planned 18 million tons of mine.
Electronic process management has been implemented, and from the control room it is possible to monitor and regulate the manufacture.
-Cameras are directed into the chamber of flotation machine and from the command room we can see exactly the look of the copper foam, if the flotation machine is discarding more or less material and based on that we can regulate the level within the machines and reagents that we use. In this way, it is a lot easier to run properly the entire technological process, explained Pavlov.



Hypo is preparing for sale of banks in Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and MNE

Holding for Southeastern Europe of the Austrian bank 'Hypo International' is slowly shaping and should be established by the end of this month, says Vienna Economic Journal 'Wirtschaftsblatt', adding that the Holding should compound all that is the best in the Balkans.
Organization which will consist of sister banks in Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia, as well as healthy business sectors, like leasing, should make their sale a lot easier.
At the beginning of the month, European Commission extended the deadline for sale of sister banks within 'Hypo group' in the East, by the end of 2015, and the holding model that was proposed by Austria to Brussels, found approval.
National Banks and financial institutions in Slovenia and Croatia have already given their 'green light' for the transitions of the banks into holding, which is strictly technical procedure.
The approval from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina is still expected.
Klagenfurt based Hypo Bank stresses out that establishment of the holding is not separation, as leadership of the bank and the holding is identical.
-Internal measures are intended to provide clear structure between the section being shut down and the parts of the bank that would continue to work, explained the Bank's spokesman, Nikola Donig.
The job of Austria's new government, that should be established after the Sunday's elections, will also among others be sale of the sister banks. According to the plan, in the 4 quarter of this year, first negotiations about sale will be organized. Even though, internally they are hoping to sell all Hypo banks separately, officially Holding is offered.
Hypo group is counting to profit from the sales several billion, according to the press, precising that the balance of the sister banks in Southeastern Europe was around 10 billion EUR in the first half of this year. The value of transactions was slightly smaller, as the portfolio had to be cleaned from previous debts.
The following step would be obtaining the licence for the bank. Possible appearance at the Exchange, as it was earlier mentioned by Vienna daily papers 'Format', is currently off the table.
- The option of making appearance at the Exchange market is not open, as we are currently in the process of sale, explains Donig. 'Wirtschaftsblatt' reminds that Hypo must solve the issue of 'being a bad bank', which was also given as a task to the new government.



http://www.ekapija.com/website/en/page/792705/Hypo-is-preparing-for-sale-of-banks-in-Serbia-Slovenia

Products by Pozega based 'Budimka' are coming next week to retail objects of 'Delhaize' chain in Southeastern Europe.
'Budimka' ad director, Djordje Stevanovic, has announced today to Tanjug, that 4 kinds of marmalades - mixed, cranberry, apricot and strawberry, manufactured by the factory, will be find in the mini markets of Delhaize. According to his words, these two companies have signed contract worth 20 million RSD per year.
- Products are packaged in glass jars of 850 gr and in PVC cans of 400 gr net. This is a very important step for 'Budimka', and having in mind the quality of our products, I hope this cooperation will expand in the following period., said Stevanovic.
He also reminded that recently this company was visited by the representatives of the company 'AL.RAWAVED' from Abu Dhabi on which occasion they expressed interest in cooperation, therefore they are expecting a positive signal in a short time period. Even though, the factory is in the procedure of restructuring, it had positive results in the previous 3 years and all production lines are working, except the meat processing line.
- In February, we submitted a request for finalization of restructuring procedure considering we have started recovering, he said.
-We also have agreement for exporting jam to Germany worth 1 million EUR only in this year, said Stevanovic, adding that the company is placing its products to the markets of Belgium, Poland, Holland, Austria, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro and Kosovo.
Besides processing and production, the factory is also doing primary agricultural production.
-Two years ago we planted around 10 ha of apples, and we made special effort to have healthy seeding material and assortment that we adjusted to microclimatic conditions, said Stevanovic.



'Atlantic Group' is opening a factory in Nova Gradiska

'Atlantic Group' has signed a pre-contract at the Industrial park Nova Gradiska, thus started investing in the new factory for production of energy bars from the assortment of sports and active nutrition.
The project is worth 16,1 million EUR, and in the first year it will provide job for 50 workers, with planned growth of business that number will increase to 160 new job positions. After necessary preparations, the building will be started in April, 2014, and the first products can be expected on the market in the first part of 2015.
'Atlantic Group' is the leading European producer of sports and active nutrition under the brand name 'Multipower', and the biggest part of their products is produced in their own plants in Hamburg surroundings (powder products), and in Rogaska Slatina (potions), while energy bars have been so far produced by third parties.
-It is our great pleasure to start a project like this, above all because we are creating new value in the most direct way - by building, production, hiring, which will at the end result in export of our own products of high quality to world, primarily, European market. New production plants are designed according to the highest standards in food production and it represents investment into further development of our branch of sports nutrition, and broader development in similar assortments of 'Atlantic Group' in the region of Southeastern Europe, said Emil Tedeschi, president of 'Atlantic Group' management.



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