Heneken wants to invest in Serbia and Turkey

Non-ferrous metal foundry Heneken (Michal Hudoba and Adrián Stolár) plans to invest €30m in two new aluminum processing plants in Serbia and Turkey, creating 200 jobs. The company started as a metals trader and four years ago acquired an aluminum foundry near Spišské Vlachy. Two years ago, it acquired a zinc foundry at U.S. Steel Košice and last year the company Laná in Žiar nad Hronom. One of the reasons for investments abroad is electricity prices, which come to €155 per MWh in Slovakia, €72 in Turkey and €94 in Serbia. Heneken has an annual turnover of €200m.


(hnonline.sk)

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