The value of exports by Serbia's top 15 exporters was at about EUR 3.5 billion in 2015 with the biggest exporter still being Fiat Chrysler automobili (FCA) Serbia in Kragujevac with EUR 1.18 billlion exports, the Serbian Finance Ministry said in a release today.
According to the website of this ministry, FCA's exports in 2014 totaled EUR 1.36 billion. This company exported EUR 85 million worth of cars in December, while its 2015 net exports totaled EUR 367.5 million.
The second place in the list of leading exporters goes to Zelezara Smederevo steelworks, of which exports grew 58.8% in 2015 compared to 2014, to EUR 319 million. The company's net exports in 2015 amounted to EUR 56.4 million.
The next on the top 15 exporters list is Tigar Tyres from Pirot with EUR 291 million exports, followed by the Petroleum Industry of Serbia (NIS) with EUR 273.5 million, Gorenje with EUR 179.6 million, and Tetrapak from Belgrade with EUR 178.5 million worth of exports.
Hemofarm ranks seventh with EUR 153.5 million exports, followed by the tobacco industry Philip Morris from Nis with EUR 153 million, HIP Petrohemija from Pancevo with EUR 152.2 million, Yura with EUR 135.9 million, and Jugoimport SDPR with EUR 116.3 million exports.
Impol Seval from Sevojno exported EUR 106.4 million worth of goods, ranking twelfth, and is followed by Leoni with EUR 103.2 million, Ball Packaging from Belgrade with EUR 96.6 million, and Grundfos Srbija with EUR 95 million exports.