Bulgarian investor building a plant in Kovin

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By the end of this year, the Municipality Kovin should receive a new industrial facility worth around EUR15 million, and it is a plant for steel sheets finish which will have around 300 employees, half of which will be highly educated staff.

An agreement on the sale of eight hectares of municipal land in the industrial zone has been signed between the Municipality Kovin and Bulgarian investor Petar Zahariev, on which a plant for steel sheets finish will be built, RTV reports.

The company Minimet Commodities, headquartered in Belgrade and owned by Zahariev, has decided to choose Kovin due to favourable conditions for investors, proximity of Smederevo based ironworks and position on the Danube River as a transport route.

Source: RTV

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