Source: Tanjug | Wednesday, 22.04.2015.| 14:23
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Greek Alumil is planning to open a new hall in Cacak

Greek company Alumil which has a branch office in Cacak is planning this year in the city at the Morava to open the hall for aluminum extrusion, Rita Joanis Lozinski, the company manager said for Tanjug.

According to her, new investments will contribute to new vacancies as well as economic recovery of Serbia,

The company operates in 26 countries in the world and produces aluminum systems.

Alumil has been present at the Serbian market for 20 years and the plant for production of aluminum profiles was built in Nova Pazova 10 years ago, Lozinski reminded, adding that the company at the moment has 260 people in Serbia.

- We export from Great Britain to Russia and we have been present at all continents. Last year, we launched to foreign market 60% of our production, to ex-Yu countries among others, Hungary, Poland, Germany and Russia – Lozinski said. She specified that branch offices of Alumil are in Novi Sad, Jagodina, Nis, Cacak and three in Belgrade.

According to her, investment in Serbia has been planned in three staged, where two have ended so far.

She says that Alumil, although a foreign company, is considered a Serbian company since all employees are the Serbs and, as she outlines, she is proud of good and educated staff in our country.

Alumil, based on production, distribution network and aluminum system product range, is the biggest private group for extrusion of aluminum in Southeast Europe. At the moment, it is ranked among five biggest suppliers of branded architectonic aluminum systems in Europe.

With more than 30 years of experience, Alumil is one of the most developed companies at the global level in design and production of extruded aluminum profiles with production lines of the latest technology in all its facilities.

Apart from Serbia, it has plants in Greece, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina and it launches products in 45 countries worldwide.

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