During the first four months, FCA Serbia stood firmly on top of the list of the 15 biggest exporters with its 427.8 mil EUR worth of export, whereas the second company on the list, Tigar Tyres, made 112.2 mil EUR, and Zelezara Smederevo 80 mil EUR in export.
In the fourth place is Philip Morris from Nis, with 71.6 mil EUR worth of export, followed by HIP Petrohemija with a four-month exporting value of 57.6 mil EUR.
NIS from Novi Sad made 57.3 mil EUR in export in the first four months, earning the sixth place on the list of Serbia’s biggest exporters, followed by Tetra Pak production from Belgrade, with 54.9 mil EUR worth of export.
In the eight place is Jugoimport-SDPR (53.3 mil EUR), with MK Group (53 mil EUR) in the ninth place.
In the tenth place is Yura from Raca (51.5 mil EUR), followed by Gorenje, which made 50.8 mil EUR in export in the same period.
Leoni from Prokuplje is in the 12th place (48 mil EUR), and in the 13th place, Victoria Group with 47,9 mil EUR.
The next-to-last on the list is Hemofarm from Vrsac (47.5 mil EUR), while the 15th place is taken by Robert Bosch trade association, with 42.1 mil EUR worth of export.
The Ministry of Finance published the list of the 15 biggest exporters based on the data gathered by the Customs Association.