Boral Aluminyum to build new production facility in Doljevac
Deputy Prime Minister for Economic and Regional Development Verica Kalanovic presented today in Doljevac the Contract on support to investment of Turkish company Boral Aluminyum, which will invest €55 million in this city and employ 300 workers.
Kalanovic said on this occasion that today conditions have been met for 300 citizens of Doljevac to have a secure job and salary, which will provide to their families a foreseeable future, security and human dignity.
She recalled that the Memorandum on investments with the Turkish company Boral Aluminyum was signed on 19 January this year and the contracts for the beginning of realisation of the investment worth €55 million were awarded today.
This investment is yet another proof that the Programme of support to direct investment is the best systemic measure against unemployment, Kalanovic reiterated and pointed out that owing to this measure, in the last five years when its implementation began, the conditions have been created for attracting more than 200 investments and the opening of 33,000 new jobs.
The investment project envisages that Boral Aluminyum build a production facility on the area of 40,000 square metres for the processing of aluminium, which will produce aluminium doors and side panels for truck trailers, as well as steel moulds for aluminium extrusion.
Boral Aluminyum is a Turkish company in the metallurgical sector, which is one of the leading companies for the extrusion of aluminium in Turkey. It mainly exports to EU countries.
Note: The text is taken from site: www.emg.rs/en