Slovenia tablet sales expected to top 100,000 units in 2014

Tablet sales in Slovenia are expected to reach 105,000 units in 2014, up from 79,000 units in 2013. South Korean tech giant Samsung is the market leader, followed by Prestigio and Apple, according to preliminary data for 2013 ... More

Swedish Securitas buys Tehnomobil in Croatia

Swedish company Securitas has acquired 65 percent of the shares in the security solutions company Tehnomobil in Croatia. The purchase of the remaining 35 percent of the shares is agreed to take place at the end of ... More

GTECH interested in investing in games of chance

Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic conferred on Friday with representatives of the U.S. company GTECH which is interested in investing in games of chance in Serbia, the Serbian ... More

LG launches first 3D TV in Romania

LG Electronics Romania and Media Galaxy retail chain have put on the local market the first full HD LCD TV set with 3D technology – the LD920 model – alongside the Blu-ray 3D model BX580 model. ‘The 3D function ... More

Nokia dealer flees Bulgaria

Greek Alpha Copy, the authorised Nokia distributor for the market, is pulling out of Bulgaria under the weight of the worldwide financial fallout, reported Greek business newspaper Imerisia. The publication quoted as saying ... More

New group of investors of small hydroelectric plants

In the frames of the Chamber of Commerce a new group of investors in small hydroelectric plants (MHEC) has been founded. The president of the new group as informed by the SKM will be Borko Andreev, director of “Small ... More

Johnson Metty building factory in Macedonia starting from April

The British company Johnson Metty will begin with the construction of a factory in the free economic zone Bunardzik in April this year, with a delay of almost two months. According to first announcements by this British company, ... More

Bulgarian cable co Eurocom adds to acquisition rally

Bulgarian cable operator Eurocom Cable MB has notified to the Bulgarian telecom regulator its plans to acquire two cable companies based in Plovdiv, the nation's second largest city. The acquisition targets, OSG Intercom and ... More

SPE to invest in Power plant in Bor

A contract was signed in Bor between legal representative of the US company Simon Plasma Energy (SPE) Petar Jelic and the President of Bor Municipality Branislav Rankic, which stipulates construction of 30 plasma facilities and a ... More

Camera maker Olympus opens office in Sofia

Olympus, the Japanese maker of medical, industrial and imaging equipment, has opened a trade office in Bulgaria in an attempt to build up on its local market presence. According to the company, it owns 12% of the Bulgarian market ... More

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 ... More

Zagreb-Montaza and Dalekovod launch EUR 70mn business centre

Croatian construction company Zagreb-Montaza and blue-chip power transmissions equipment maker Dalekovod announced an investment worth more than EUR 70mn ($94.4mn) in the construction of the biggest business centre in the ... More

Construction of Johnson Controls' factory begins

The construction of Johnson Controls' factory will begin Monday at the free economic zone Bunardzik near Skopje. Mavrovo Engineering construction contractor is to build the plant within next seven months. Johnson Controls Inc, ... More

Eurocopter may build telecom equipment plant in Samokov

Eurocopter, a wholly-owned unit of aerospace and defence group EADS, has formed a partnership with Bulgaria's Samel 90 for the production of military telecommunication equipment, said Nikolai Gigov, the Eurocopter corporate ... More

Tech Company Celebrates Landmark

Slovenian tech company Instrumentation Technologies on Wednesday, 17 January celebrated the sale of 1,000 Libera electron beam position processors, which makes it a leader in the market for particle accelerator instruments. ... More

PC vendor Multirama opens new store in Sofia

Multirama, the Greek retailer of IT software and hardware, Thu opened a new store in Sofia. The 35,000 euro outlet is located in office, warehousing and logistic property Business Park Sofia. Multirama's flagship store opened in ... More

Flamingo International sees 80 percent increase in turnover

IT&C retailer Flamingo International registered in the first nine months a turnover of RON 302.2 million, an 80 percent increase on the similar period of 2005 and registered losses of RON 18.4 million. According to the company ... More

Bulgarian IT co to list on local bourse

MediaSys Corp., a Stara Zagora-based company specialising in DVD mastering and replication, will list for secondary trading on the Bulgarian bourse an issue of 2 mln shares with a nominal value of 1 lev each. The bourse ... More

2006 Gazelle Award for Fastest-Growing Company Goes to Dat-Con

Dat-Con, a developer and maker of measurement regulation equipment and specialised electronics, is the winner of the 2006 Golden Gazelle award for the fastest growing company in Slovenia. The Polzela-based (eastern) company was ... More

Koc Holding has recently transferred its Beko shares to Arcelik.

The Koc Group opened a Beko LLC plant for refrigerators, washing machines and televisions in Russia last week. Investing 90 million euros in this plant, Koc is increasing its share in the market daily. Arcelik General Director ... More