Cuprija to get industrial zone on 200 hectares in September 2018 – Chinese Blue Sky and Eurofiber to build facilities

Source: eKapija Sunday, 20.05.2018. 12:00
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By this September, Cuprija should get a new industrial zone next to the highway, with 200 hectares, the president of the local self-government, Ninoslav Eric, told eKapija on Friday, May 18, 2018.

As he explained, a Detailed Regulation Plan has been prepared for this zone and is currently up for public review. In addition to this parcel, the plan also entails the land with identical area located next to it, and is meant, according to Eric, for the construction of a shopping center and hotel accommodation.

Both parcels are currently registered as state agricultural land, and the repurposing and equipping with infrastructure should be carried out in the upcoming period.

– After that, as soon as this September, the parcels will be available to investors – Eric told eKapija.

Several investors from Austria, Germany and Japan have already expressed interest for the opening of facilities in the new industrial zone, and Eric cannot specify the names for now.

One of the future investors is the Chinese company Blue Sky Europe International Industry and Trade Technology, which signed a memorandum of understanding for the construction of four plastic processing plants with the Municipality of Paracin in January 2018. The first phase of the realization of this project, according to Eric, should begin by the end of this year.

Eurofiber, Chinese producer of yarns, will also open its new facility in this industrial zone. Let us remind that this Chinese company opened a plant in the hall assigned to it by the municipality for a three-year period in November 2016. It was announced at the time that the investor, which currently employs 40 workers in Cuprija, would be building its own facility with around 20,000 square meters.

The planned industrial zone, according to Eric, will be important for both Cuprija and its neighbors – Jagodina and Paracin.

There are around 30,000 unemployed in these three local self-governments at the moment.

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