Congress tourism is especially interesting for the company which is one of the two participants interested in partnership with the City of Belgrade in reconstructing Sava Centar
. However, as Vasic said, the company has not yet decided whether to continue participating in that tender due to deadline extensions and a sudden appearance of another competitor, the consortium of the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, the Belgrade Fair and Energoprojekt.
Vasic adds that, although they are prepared to invest EUR 25-30 million in Sava Centar, there's a possibility that Delta will opt to make an independent investment in building its own congress center or further adapting Belexpo Centar.Construction of Delta Planet finally in sight
Shopping malls are another sector where Delta has serious plans, following last year's sale of Delta City facilities
in Belgrade and Podgorica. The two biggest planned investments of the company Delta Real Estate are shopping malls Delta Planet in Belgrade, worth EUR 200 million, and Delta City in Banjaluka, worth EUR 70 million.
The new shopping mall in Belgrade will have around 200,000 m2 and will secure more than 4,000 jobs. As the company says, they are currently completing the project and are expected to file a request for the location permit. If everything goes according to plan, the construction of the largest shopping mall in the region might begin in the second quarter of 2017.
New investments of EUR 40 million in agriculture
The agricultural sector, perhaps the company's most important business, recorded as much as EUR 70 million in exports in 2016, mostly to the EU countries. A little over EUR 17 million was invested last year, and Delta Agrar is planning investments of nearly EUR 40 million and export of EUR 100 million in 2017. The new feature in the current year are cherry plantations at Zajecar, and the first 30 ha, of the 150 planned, will be planted this year.