The company Siemens will soon start implementing an investment in the expansion of the production capacities of the factory of wind generators in Subotica, Director of Siemens Energy Sector in Belgrade Dusan Muskatirovic announced.
He said to the press that that investment should be finished by the end of 2012 and that it should enable an increase in the number of employees at that plant in Subotica, which currently amounts to 500.
- The plant in Subotica will become one of the leading production plants of Siemens in the region - Muskatirovic stressed.
As people at the Belgrade-based branch office of Siemens explained for Beta news agency, the exact amount of the investment and the number of new jobs cannot be announced yet because final negotiations on the value of the investmant are still underway.
Siemens' plant in Subotica produces generators for wind farms, three-phase towing engines for electric locomotives, stators for synchronous generators, and it also assembles power converters for solar panels and wind farms.
Siemens from Germany is the global leader in the field of electronics and electric technology. It has 410,000 employees and provides services to clients in over 190 countries. The company Siemens in Serbia was formed in 1996.