July 25, 2017 9:16 PM ET

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Company Overview of Industrija mesa Matijevic D.O.O.

Company Overview

Industrija mesa Matijevic D.O.O. processes and produces meat and meat products in Serbia. The company is based in Novi Sad, Serbia.

Rumenacki put 86

Novi Sad,  21000



381 21 51 80 76


381 21 63 90 628

Key Executives for Industrija mesa Matijevic D.O.O.

Industrija mesa Matijevic D.O.O. does not have any Key Executives recorded.

Industrija mesa Matijevic D.O.O. Key Developments

Tender For PKB's Privatization Advisor Called

It has been reported that the Serbian government has started a tender process for the privatization advisor for PKB Korporacija a.d. Tender will be open until 22 June 2017. Bidders will have a right to participate if they prove minimum incomes of RSD 500 million in the last three year period, a minimum workforce of 30 persons and proof that they provided advisory services between 2012 to 2017 in Serbia. The government reported that a total of eight investors submitted letters of interest for PKB's privatization in February 2017. Among those are Al Dahra Holding LLC from the United Arab Emirates, the two Serbian companies MK Commerce d.o.o. and Industrija mesa Matijevic D.O.O. and unnamed companies from Great Britain, China and Singapore.

Poljoprivredni Kombinat Beograd To Be Privatised

Republic of Serbia is seeking to privatize Poljoprivredni Kombinat Beograd. Previously, a total of eight companies submitted letter of intentions. The new tender will be for compulsory bids. MK Group Drustvo sa ogranicenom odgovornoscu, Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 115 e, Industrija mesa Matijevic D.O.O. and Al Dahra Agricultural Co.Llc - Branch are interested companies according to Serbian Ministery of Agriculture. Other unnamed companies are from Singapore, China and Great Britain.

Two Serbian Firms Reportedly Eye Agricultural Firm PKB

As per the local media, two Serbian companies have showed interest in a public tender for the sale of Poljoprivredna avijacija PKB d.o.o. (PKB). These two companies are MK Group Drustvo sa ogranicenom odgovornoscu, Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 115 e (MK Group) and Industrija mesa Matijevic D.O.O. The investors from hina, Singapore and the United Kingdom too are interested in the tender, public broadcaster Radio Televizija Srbije (RTS) reported, quoting government sources. Al Dahra Holding LLC has not sent a letter of interest so far but could still place a bid for PKB at a later stage, RTS said.

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