Serbian Mining Fever

If it continues to develop at this pace, mining could contribute five per cent to GDP growth in Serbia. Is mining the ace up Serbia's sleeve?

Last Year Saw 16 Million Tonnes of Ore Produced

The largest number of exploratory works relate to metals – copper and gold, lead and zinc, but also lithium and boron. Serbia will work...

Efficiency & Quality In An Ecological Way

The stable and efficient production of electricity, as well as a reliable supply, form the basis of Serbia’s economic development and improving the quality...

UK Among Mining Sector Change Leaders

Finance in mining is especially important, as mines - and the infrastructure that supports them - are very capital intensive UK mining companies have turned...

Investing In Change

Together with the Government of Serbia and other industrial players, international mining and metals company Rio Tinto is working to change the image of mining in Serbia, and has so far invested $200 million in the lithium-borates Jadar Project

We’ve Invested 245 Million Dollars In Serbia

Dundee Precious Metals Inc. is a Canadian mining company that’s listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and has been conducting exploration works in Serbia...

Serbian Market Becoming Increasingly Attractive

Canadian companies seek markets with effective legislation, predictability, reasonable tax regimes and competitive mining regulations Serbia recently underwent a fiscal consolidation process that placed a...

From Diesel Engines to Hybrid Platforms

Cummins has a direct presence in Serbia, as a subsidiary of Cummins Inc., which demonstrates understanding for this market, especially in the area of mining

Serbia Gets Cadastre of Mining Waste With European Union Support

Serbia has put in place the Cadastre of Mining Waste, following a project implemented by the Ministry of Mining and Energy, and supported financially by the European Union

Mining Institute That’s Recognised on the Market

Most of the works that the Mining Institute is engaged in are in, or for, Public Enterprise Elektroprivreda Serbia (EPS), but the institute is also engaged in other areas

We Support Responsible Mining

Serbia may benefit from strong demand for critical raw materials coming from Europe, but it has to seek responsible investors who apply good corporate...

Pledge for the Future

According to the opinions of both governmental and nongovernmental institutions, case studies and business results, Rudnik is among the top five examples of privatisation in Serbia. This is the first privately-owned mine of non-ferrous metals with underground exploration since World War II, and is today one of the most successful companies in this sector of industry

Serbian Lithium is Unique In The World

The economic development of every country with serious mineral potential is mainly based, to a large extent, on the exploitation and processing of mineral...

Serbia – A Leader In Exploration & Mining

GEOPS is a company that has successfully drilled dozens of wells in Serbia, Poland and Bulgaria with a depth exceeding 2,000 metres – the deepest of which, 2,202 metres deep, is in Bor, Serbia

We Achieve What Others Cannot

GEOING is one of the first privately-owned companies in the Republic of Serbia to have been engaged in geological research since 1996, and since 2003 it has been expanding its activities to geological and geotechnical research, engineering and consulting. It was then that it gained the business name 'Geoing Group'

The Development of Mining Can Reduce the Brain Drain

Regardless of whether you produce copper as a final product or non-ferrous metal concentrates, your sales depend on the international market, where you need to be competitive. There is no isolation or protection of any market, says Branko Zečević, president of the Geological & Mining Association of Serbia (GRAS)

Great to Have Many Companies Exploring In Serbia

The Mining Law has created a framework for market business and facilitated direct investment in this sector

No Deficit of Mining Wealth Imminent

Wood is among the world's largest international engineering companies, employing as many as 60,000 people in 60 countries worldwide, while it has been operating in the Balkans for the past 15 years