Macedonian Hi-Tech Assembly Center begins construction in Bunardzik

Electronics NewsSouth-East European INDUSTRIAL Мarket - issue 2/2016

Macedonian Hi-Tech Assembly Center begins construction in Bunardzik

Macedonian PCB manufacturer Hi-Tech laid the foundations of its Assembly Center in Bunardzik free industrial zone in what is the first domestic investment by a local Macedonian company. The EUR 20 million investment will be carried out in two stages and is supposed to create over 300 jobs. The first stage is estimated at EUR 6 million and the second one is EUR 14 million.

Within the first stage Hi-Tech will build its manufacturing plant on an area of 5,400 square meters. It is expected to commence its operations in the autumn with staff of 100 people.

"The new company, the pinnacle of technical and technological achievements in Macedonia, will create more than 300 jobs. By manufacturing state-of-the-art electronic components, we will be part of the global sphere of nanotechnologies. Thus, we will significantly contribute to boosting Macedonia’s export rate," stated the founder of the Hi-Tech Assembly Center Savo Stankovic.

The company’s products and solutions are used in various industries, including military, automotive, airline industry, and clients such as Continental, Bosh, Siemens, Philips and others.