Energoprojekt prepared to take part in government investment plans

Serbia's largest construction company Energoprojekt is prepared to take part in multi-billion euro investment plans announced by the Serbian government, as well as in major infrastructure projects in Belgrade, CEO Stojan Colakov said as Energoprojekt celebrated its 68th anniversary Thursday.

11 Jul 2019 19:27

BELGRADE - Serbia's largest construction company Energoprojekt is prepared to take part in multi-billion euro investment plans announced by the Serbian government, as well as in major infrastructure projects in Belgrade, CEO Stojan Colakov said as Energoprojekt celebrated its 68th anniversary Thursday.

Outlining the company's current operations, major projects and outlook, Colakov said Energoprojekt was planning further expansion in markets where it was currently operating.

The company's revenues at home and abroad totalled 213.7 mln euros in 2018 and 46.1 mln euros in the first three months of this year.

Colakov said the 2019 business plan envisioned revenues of 249 mln euros and new deals worth 273 mln euros.

"Considering the announced nationwide investment plans in Serbia in the years to come, which will be worth several billions of euros, Energoprojekt's desire and intent is to take an active part in the planned projects with all its available resources," he said.

Since its establishment, Energoprojekt has carried out projects in over 80 countries worldwide and presently operates in Serbia, the Middle East, Africa, Russia and Eurasia, South America and former Yugoslav republics.

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