Grah Automotive to open another automotive electronics factory in Serbia.

By bne IntelliNews August 23, 2010
Slovenia's Grah Automotive will open its EUR 12mn plant in the Serbian town of Batocina in November, company director Robert Grah has announced. The plant will initially employ 100 workers, while later on their number could increase to 400. The facility, spanning over 5,000 square meters, will be located near Grah's existing factory in Batocina. The existing automotive electronics factory in Batocina employs 200 workers. It was opened in 2006. Grah is a Slovenian company that produces lights for car industry, as well as LED lights for general use. Grah supplies car parts for Mercedes, Porsche and Audi.

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