The International Trade and Business Fair MOS 2017 opened in Celje on Tuesday, September 12. Fifteen Serbian companies will be presented there, in the organization and with the support of the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia and the Provincial Secretariat for Economy and Tourism.
As the CCIS reported, the national stand of Serbia was opened by Igor Mirovic, the president of the Provincial Government, in the presence of Prime Minister of Slovenia Miro Cerar and the competent ministers from the region.
The Serbian companies at the Celje fair come from the fields of metal and electrical industry, food, textile, woodworking, chemical, construction industries and commerce – the branches which made up as much as 73.5% of the total export of Serbia to Slovenia in 2016.
As stated in the press release, the exhibitors from Serbia are Amiga Kraljevo, Fasil Arilje, Galeb Metal Pack Sabac, HBIS GROUP Serbia Iron & Steel Belgrade, YUKK Zipplast Pozega, Konoplja Novi Sad, RB Global Uzice, Pemy Family Futog, Mirotin Tisa Savino Selo, STIM Import Loznica, Blockx Backi Petrovac, ViS Company Belgrade, Masterplast YU Subotica, Induco Belgrade and 7 Sistem Sremska Kamenica.
This year’s fair is an opportunity for companies from Serbia to connect with potential partners from the region and from around 30 countries, the press release adds.
The Suppliers Day of several international companies and bilateral meetings between businessmen will also be organized as part of the fair.
MOS is the leading international entrepreneurship fair in Slovenia. This year’s edition is its 50th one and will take up 65,000 square meters of exhibition space. In 2016, the fair was visited by around 125,000 people, who were introduced to the production program of over 1,500 exhibitors from 35 countries, the CCIS press release says.
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