The construction of new production facilities for electronic components
of IMI in Niska Banja has begun, stated the president of the town municipality of Niska Banja, Dejan Jovanovic.
– We are a little late
, but the most important thing is that the construction has begun. The first workers will come to their jobs in late 2018, although we planned this to happen a bit earlier – Jovanovic said.
As published on the website of the town municipality of Niska Banja, the opening of the factory in the Lozni Kalem location will lead to the employment of 1,200 workers.
– The salary in this factory will amount to RSD 30,000 – added Jovanovic.
The investment is worth over EUR 33 million, and the Government of Serbia will subsidize each new job with around EUR 6,800.
The factory in Niska Banja will produce electronic components for the automotive industry and the IT industry in Europe and the countries where Ayala and IMI have production facilities and business partners. The company operates in seven countries and currently employs around 14,000 workers, the website adds.