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Stylianos Tsoktouridis, Managing Director, Alumil Yu Industry (JSC)

Successfully Meeting The Challenges Of The Future

Alumil Yu Industry launched the first greenfield investment in Serbia in 2002, with the acquisition of land in the Nova Pazova’s industrial zone. Today it represents the region’s absolute leader in the production and distribution of a wide range of aluminium systems

Our main goal is to be leaders in a competitive market and to provide our customers with the most diverse choice of products and services. We will proactively and successfully meet the challenges of the future, enhance the lives of our employees and support the local community and our shareholders, says Stylianos Tsoktouridis, Managing Director, Alumil YU INDUSTRY a.d.

You were elected as Managing Director of Alumil in July 2019. What are your goals and where do you see the company in the future?

Alumil YU Industry‘s goal is to supply the Serbian, Ex-Yugoslav and Western European automotive, transportation, architectural, building and construction businesses with surface treated, precision-engineered aluminium extruded products at competitive prices and just-in-time deliveries, using highly flexible and advanced manufacturing and logistics processes.

Our main objective is to be the quality, service and value-added leader in a competitive market, and to provide our customers with the most diverse choice of products and services that will support their drive to improved performance, efficiency and an enhanced competitive position.

In the process of realising its vision, Alumil YU Industry will meet the challenges of the future proactively and successfully, enhancing the lives of its employees and supporting the local community and its shareholders.

What is it that makes your company brand so superior compared to the competition on the Serbian market?

Alumil YU Industry is fully committed to contributing to the sustainable development of Serbia. We are working daily to help achieve the goals of the country’s development plan and to support the local economy by providing more than 300 jobs and increasing our company‘s footprint on exports to Western European markets.

Current installed annual capacity using vertically integrated production processes provides 15,000mt of state-of-the-art precision-engineered surfaced treated aluminium profiles to Serbian and European markets. Focusing on our corporate plan, Alumil Yu Industry is expected to grow and penetrate further with sophisticated technical aluminium products within the next couple of years in these markets, thus creating more job opportunities, increasing exports and contributing to the local economy and industrial growth.

We have been witnessing the growing expansion of construction on the Serbian market in the last few years. How does that reflect on your company?

The construction business is expected to increase in the coming year, and that constitutes a major challenge for Alumil YU. Focusing on large scale projects, I would like to mention that we continually upgrade our facilities, services and technical skills in order to provide more advanced products and better solutions to our esteemed customers.

Alumil supports the Serbian market through its own vertically integrated production and logistics facilities in Nova Pazova as well as its seven sales and distributions centres around the country, ensuring just-in-time deliveries, covering all special requests with tailored designs. In addition to that, our engineering department for LSP, based at our Showroom located in New Belgrade, provides support to investors, architects, engineers, homeowners and fabricators in choosing the most suitable products for their specific application.

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