Magna: New seating plant in Serbia opens
Magna

New seating plant in Serbia opens

Vitaly Artemyev, Magna’s General Manager of Aleksinac (far right) together with Aleksandar Vucic, President of Serbia (second to right) and his delegation (Source: Magma)
Vitaly Artemyev, Magna’s General Manager of Aleksinac (far right) together with Aleksandar Vucic, President of Serbia (second to right) and his delegation (Source: Magma)

With the grand opening of the new plant in the southern Serbian city of Aleksinac, Magna is continuing its growth in Eastern Europe through the expansion of its seating production capabilities. The company celebrated with the President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic and members of government and other local representatives.

The greenfield facility, which covers an area of approx. 8,300 m², currently employs roughly 780 people with the expectation to potentially increase the workforce up to approximately 1,000 employees by the end of 2022.
This investment reflects the growth in demand for seating products from Magna International (Germany) GmbH, Sailauf/Germany and positions the company in close proximity to its customer.
The new facility is Magna’s second plant in Serbia and 36th overall throughout in Eastern Europe. The new plant will produce seat trim covers and leather kits for a European automaker.



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