OPENING CEREMONY OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING IN THE TIDZ SKOPJE 1
The administrative building in the Technological Industrial Development Zone Skopje 1 has been officialy opened, and includes customs terminal, offices for fright forwarding, banking, post service, restaurants, about 40 business premises and other auxiliary facilities.
“The new building should attract new investors and offer better working conditions for the companies already located in the zone,” Prime Minister Mr. Nikola Gruevski said at the opening ceremony.
“I believe that by providing appropriate infrastructure within these free zones, we shall respond towards growing interest for investing in Macedonia, thus enabling opening of new plants and jobs,” Gruevski said.
The Government, he said, will hold to its good economic policies, keep nourishing the favorable business climate and promoting Macedonia’s doing business terms abroad, he also added.
The Directorate for Technological Industrial Development Zones invested 69,5 million Denars (about 1,13 million Euros) in the administrative building of TIDZ Skopje 1, where the plants of US companies ‘Johnson Controls’, ‘Kemet Electronics’, British ‘Johnson Matthey’, Italian ‘TeknoHose’, Russian ‘Protek Group’ have already been set into operation.