The Greek company Autostop Interiors plans to expand the production and open a new factory in Leskovac, and the company’s owner, Panagiotis Pitsikos, and manager Igor Rajkovic talked about the plans with the mayor of Leskovac, Goran Cvetanovic, according to a press release by the local self-government.
In addition to branches in Ireland, Great Britain and Greece, Autostop has a facility in Leskovac with around 900 employees. They have been producing car floor mats in the town since 2013.
It is also added that, in addition to being successful, Autostop is also a socially responsible company, which has opened a kindergarten for their employees’ children within its premises.
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