The Turkish textile company Ringelsan, which started building and equipping a factory in the location and the halls of the Pozarevac sugar mill, bought out by the town, in June 2017, is to start training the first 300 workers on February 15. At the same time, they will be working on products to be delivered to a foreign purchaser.
According to Danas’ source from the local self-government, the factory is in the final stage of technical and technological preparation. Multimillion agreements with foreign purchasers have already been signed, containing deadlines, so the first shipment of products from Pozarevac would need to be realized by the end of April 2018.
For this reason, Ringelsan addressed the National Employment Service, so as to start training workers as soon as possible. In the first phase, in the next three months, 300 workers will be trained and employed. The textile workers should be permanently employed, Danas writes.
– After a successfully completed training, they will sign permanent employment contracts and the salaries will be 20% higher than the minimum wage. The workers employed on more complex jobs will have the salary defined in line with the qualifications – Danas’ source says.
According to an earlier agreement between the management of Ringelsan and representatives of local self-government, the Turkish company should employ more than 1,000 workers in several stages in the upcoming period. The employment will be carried out per annual quarters, Danas writes.