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Sinoboom hires manager for Italy and Balkans
Daniele Lanzini appointed as part of manufacturer’s drive to establish a solid base in Italy and the Balkans
Industrial bullets transported internationally
Fagioli uses Cometto self-propelled trailers to help transport industrial bullets between Italy and Croatia
Eastern Europe ‘battered’ and ‘bruised’ by Covid-19
Latest report from EECFA shows how east and south east have fared differently during the crisis
BIMcert team offers students a helping hand
Vocational schools in Croatia will use the group’s online learning platform for free
Zagrebtrans buys trailer modules
Heavy transport company extends its fleet with the addition of four Scheuerle UltralightCombi modules
Long move for Velebit
Two months of planning for 7,000 km move across Europe
€128 million EU fund for Croatian water project
Water supply and sewerage system upgrade project to cover cities of Split and Solin
Work starts on €120 million Zagreb power plant
150MW gas-fired unit to be built in the Croatian capital by Italian contractor FATA
EU boost for Croatia’s rail network
€460 million line upgrade part of a decade of rail improvements, says country’s Prime Minister
Peljesac bridge construction ahead of schedule
Chinese engineering giant CRBC pushes ahead with historic Croatian connection in the Adriatic
Riwal opens four new locations in Europe
The new depots are in the UK, France, the Netherlands and Croatia
Croatian islanders fight to stop LNG project
A €250m floating liquefied natural gas terminal on the island of Krk has come under fire from locals
Good news in the Balkans
Construction optimism in Balkan countries says EECFA, which is also less pessimistic about Russia
Controversial Croatian project starts
Pelješac Bridge work gets underway as Croatia’s construction industry is said to be booming
Croatian challenge for Zagrebtrans
Zagrebtrans met a wide range of difficult lifting conditions on a shipyard project in Croatia
Eastern Europe expansion
Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Ukraine buoyant, but Russia and Turkey less so
South East Europe optimism
EECFA forecasts marred by lower expectations of EU fund absorption, and only moderate optimism in east
Romanian facility for Himoinsa
Eastern European expansion for lighting tower and generator manufacturer with logistics warehouse
Strabag wins €122 million contract
Austria-based company chosen to expand and modernise Dubrovnik Airport, Croatia
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