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Alumil Celebrates 20 Years of Manufacturing in Serbia

Established in Greece in 1988 and building on the Milonas family’s tradition and expertise, Alumil is celebrating two decades of production in Serbia.

As a leading manufacturer of aluminium profiles, with rigorous quality control throughout the production process, the company employs 400 individuals in Serbia. Supported by a strong team of 20 engineering and architectural consultants, it boasts six sales and distribution centres and an impressive showroom in Belgrade. Alumil offers unique solutions, with innovations catering not only to the Serbian market but also on a global scale.

The company’s significant investments in its Novi Pazova manufacturing plant demonstrate the importance of its Serbian operations to the wider Alumil Group. From a single-shift production, the company expanded capacity and modernised its equipment, necessitating a three-shift operation. Key investments included the expansion of a 7,000 m² hall and the addition of another extrusion line, doubling profile production capabilities. Today, Alumil’s facility in Novi Pazova has two extrusion lines with an annual capacity of 14,000 tonnes.

A further 6,000 m² hall expansion boosted logistics capacities. In 2017, the company adopted an eco-friendly “chrome free” plastification process. Recent investments nearing half a million euros have launched a new thermal break line, replacing two older ones. By 2020, automated CNC machining and subsequent profile cutting lines were integrated. Modern nitriding industrial furnaces replaced older models, rounding off two decades of investments amounting to 42 million euros in the Serbian factory. The company emphasises its consistent annual investments in both manufacturing and staff training.

“In our state-of-the-art 35,000 m² facility, with stringent quality control across all processes, Alumil delivers top-tier products of high utility value. Our ongoing R&D goal is to provide bespoke solutions with innovative features, meeting our clients’ needs to a tee,” remarked Stylianos Tsoktouridis, the General Manager of Alumil YU Industry.

In Serbia, nearly 70% of Alumil’s industrial profiles are exported to European Union countries, while 30% serves the domestic market, primarily catering to architectural profiles.

Local manufacturing in Serbia offers several advantages. Shorter supply chains reduce delivery times, enhancing efficiency and inventory. This also means reduced long-haul transportation and energy consumption, aligning with eco-friendly practices. Sustainable futures for businesses and the environment include resource reuse and investment in local manufacturing, thereby aiding the development of the domestic economy. Local production also solidifies Alumil’s leadership position in the market. Notably, Alumil holds the “Čuvarkuća” mark, part of the “Made in Serbia” project by the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, which supports domestic products and educates consumers about their quality and local origin.

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Stylianos Tsoktouridis, Managing Director at Alumil YU INDUSTRY a.d.

Local Production is Important for the Company’s Successful Business

The Alumil company provides the market with 65 different aluminium architectural systems that cater to the needs of modern construction. It annually exports 70%...

Alumil’s motto is, “Building perfection every day.” Thus, continuous investment is paramount. The company is keenly attuned to market needs and the requirements of Alumil partners, who form the essence of its operations. The outstanding Serbian team is always on hand to cater to modern construction requirements concerning aluminium window and door profiles, always finding the most effective solutions.

With over 30 years of experience and a workforce of 3,000, Alumil is one of the most advanced companies globally, boasting state-of-the-art production lines across its 12 global factories. Operating under a circular economy model, Alumil continually enhances community life quality with its recycled aluminium products, in line with its sustainability mission.

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