Croatian and Macedonian companiess invest 10 mln euro in Ilinden

Four Macedonian and two Croatian companies will invest a total of 10 million euro ($12.6 million) in several projects in the Ilinden municipality, near Skopje, the local authorities said on Monday.

Croatia’s Atlantic Trade will build a 2.0 million euro distribution logistics centre, while truck importer MAN Importer also plans to invest 2.0 million euro in a sales-service centre, the municipality of Ilinden said in a statement on its website.

The Croatian companies will open 100 new jobs each.

Macedonian trade company Total Logistic purchased two land plots to build a confectionery plant and a logistics centre, where it will invest a combined 3.0 million euro and create 150 jobs.

Macedonian retail chain Kam plans to invest 2.0 million euro in the construction of a distribution logistics centre and an office building. It will employ a total of 150 people.

Local IT firm Mobico will build a 1.0 million euro business facility.

Ilinden is located north-east of Skopje, near the Alexander the Great airport.

($=0.7898 euro)

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