Since the beginning of this year until the end of October, Fiat automobili Srbija (FCA Serbia) exported over EUR 1 billion worth of vehicles, thus taking once again the No.1 spot on the list of top exporters from Serbia.
According to the data presented on Monday by the Serbian Finance Ministry, FCA Serbia's exports in the ten-month period between January and October 2015 were at EUR 1.023 billion, which is a much better result than the one achieved by the second-ranked Zelezara Smederevo steelworks with EUR 272 million worth of exports. Tigar Tyres ranks third with EUR 244.9 million exports, followed by the Petroleum Industry of Serbia (NIS) which exported products for a total of EUR 235.1 million in the given period.
The fifth biggest exporter is Gorenje with EUR 152.2 million worth of exports, followed by Tetra Pak production with EUR 150 million exports, HIP-Petrohemija with EUR 131 million, and Hemofarm with EUR 127 million.
Philip Morris operation ranks ninth with its exports of EUR 126 million, Yura corporation is the tenth with EUR 110.2 million, Jugoimport SDPR ranks eleventh with EUR 93.1 million, while Impol Seval is the 12th with EUR 92.7 million, the Finance Ministry announced citing the data provided by the Customs Administration.
Next on the list is Leoni Wiring System South which generated exports of EUR 84.8 million, followed by Ball Packaging Europe Beograd with EUR 83.4 million and Grundfos Srbija with EUR 79.8 million worth of exports.