JOHNSON CONTROLS' start delayed for two months

JOHNSON CONTROLS' start delayed for two months

The building of gas pipeline infrastructure in free economic zone Bunardzik will be delayed for at least for two months, which could prolong the start of Johnson Controls' operations in FYRMacedonia, A1 television station reported.
Company sources say the problem are not pipelines, but measuring regulatory stations for influx and gas pressure control, which Gama company did not supply on time and have yet to be build by one Italian company. The measuring station is a key facility for Johnson Controls production, as it will regulate the temperature in the factory, from which precise manufacture of electronic car parts depends.
Unofficially, Johnson Controls sources say this is a great problem, which could delay planned business activities in the country; start of test production planned for November and Johnson's products testing, at which the biggest company's clients were invited.
Johnson Controls team is coming this week in control mission in FYR Macedonia. Except the problem with the gas pipes, building of the other Bunardzik infrastructure is finishing.