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The Contract for realization of a water treatment project in Zrenjanin has been signed in the Government of the Republic of Serbia between the City of Zrenjanin, the Public Water Company and the global water provider, Metito

The City of Zrenjanin will obtain a state-of-the-art water treatment plant that will bring a lasting and sustainable solution to a years long water supply issues facing its citizens. Today marks the signing of the Contract for realization of a water treatment project in Zrenjanin between the City of Zrenjanin, the Public Water Company and the leading global provider of intelligent water management solutions, the multinational company ’Metito’. The contract covers the development, modernization, and operations of the Water Treatment Plant in Zrenjanin, for 25 years, through Pannonian Water, Metito’s project-specific company, with a strong commitment to environmental stewardship.

The Contract for realization of a water treatment project in Zrenjanin was signed by the Metito Managing Director, Rami Ghandour, Mayor of the City of Zrenjanin, Simo Salapura, and PWC Acting Director, Predrag Bodiroga.

The event was also attended by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia, Ana Brnabic, H. E. Ambassador of the UAE in Serbia, Mubarak Saeed Burshaid Al Dhaheri, Metito Vice President for Business Development, Walid Madwar, and Metito Country Manager for Serbia, Branislav Zec.

Metito is a privately held company with key shareholders that include Mitsubishi Corporation, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, and International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group.

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