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Infrastructure-Building Today for a Better Tomorrow – We present eKapija's new Special Edition Newsletter

Deputy Prime Minister Zorana Mihajlovic signed a loan agreement with the Chinese Exim Bank today, which will be used to finance the reconstruction and modernization of the first section of the railway from Belgrade to Budapest. Another two agreements were signed in China, pertaining to the Bar-Boljare highway and the construction of the Fruska Gora Corridor. The signed memorandums and agreements have been estimated at a total of EUR 3.5 billion, which is only a part of what will be invested in transportation infrastructure. As much as EUR 14.7 billion is to be set aside for the entire reconstruction in the sectors of transport, energy and ecology.

These are the topics we've covered in our Special Edition Newsletter: Infrastructure – Building Today for a Better Tomorrow.

The topics in the new SEN include:

1. What are the state's capital projects in infrastructure?
2. What works do local self-governments in Serbia plan?
3. What are the priority projects in the field of railways?
4. How can local companies take part in infrastructural works?
5. Which innovative materials can be used in construction?

We sought answers to these questions at the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, the Business Support Network, the Chamber of Construction Industry of Serbia, the Southeast Europe Railway Cluster...

We pointed to the necessity of insuring facilities in construction in partnership with Wiener Stadtische Insurance.

We talked to Director General of the Institute of Transportation CIP, Milutin Ignjatovic, about the current projects, challenges and human resources. The director of INSO, Predrag Bezbradica, talked about the construction of high-technology facilities.

The company ABB presented solutions in the field of infrastructure, Lafarge presented innovative road construction technology, and Unimas presented solutions for works at higher altitudes.

ELITAS presented solutions in visual communications in construction, and Konstruktor Konsalting presented its references and plans for the coming period. The company CRH Serbia also presented its construction products and solutions. Supervision solutions in construction were presented by VMS Belgrade.

SGS, ARUP and Tehnomarket presented their services, solutions and products.

We talked to DB Engineering & Consulting about the reconstruction and construction of the railway infrastructure. We also present the story of the local company Unipromet, a leader in the production of protection systems in transportation, as well as about Integral Inzenjering, which has built a large number of traffic routes in Serbia and the region.

We learned more about innovative use of slag in construction at Harsco, whereas Perfom presented a range of perforated sheet metal products.

The contents of the newsletter can be found HERE.

We invite you to be a part of special edition newsletters: present your work and services you offer in the market, your plans for the coming period, give your view of the topic at hand and further increase your visibility with our portal's readers.

The PDF version of the special edition newsletter can be found HERE.

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