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The new production line for components of dialysis systems of the Fresenius Medical Care company was launched as part of Hemofarm’s complex in Vrsac Serbia, Tanjug news agency reported. This €602,000 investment will create 112 jobs in Vrsac. Taking into consideration that 95% of the dialysis systems will be exported, the annual value of medical equipment that will be supplied to the foreign markets is expected to be €43 million. The ceremonial launch was attended by the Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic, Health Minister Slavica Djukic-Dejanovic, President of the Vojvodina Executive Council Bojan Pajtic and German Ambassador to Serbia Heinz Wilhelm. This multinational corporation, Fresenius Group, currently employs 669 workers in Belgrade and Vrsac, and 100 workers in five specialized hospitals in Belgrade, Nis and Novi Sad Serbia. With the facility in Vrsac and other projects the factory could hire a total of 1,150 people in the future.
Fresenius Medical Care is the world's largest producer of components needed for dialysis treatments, and through its network of 3,135 clinics serves the needs of over 250,000 patients suffering from chronic renal insufficiency. In 2012, Fresenius Group secured the revenues of €16.5 billion due to the production of equipment and services, and according to the data collected in September 2012, it hires over 160,000 people worldwide. Source: SIEPA
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