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The strategic partnership of the chambers of commerce of Austria and Serbia will continue strengthening the capacity of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce to support companies.

In the coming period, the Austrian Chamber will specifically support activities to establish dual education and digitisation of the economy of Serbia, but also of the entire region.

This was agreed today in Vienna at the first meeting of the President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce Marko Čadež with the new President of the Chamber of Commerce of Austria Harald Mahrer.

Thus, as early as the autumn, 30 students of the Traffic and Technical School in Zemun will be trained for a new occupation by a dual model – logistics and forwarding technician.

During the practice, students will also perform practical skills in Austrian companies operating in Serbia such as Cargo Partner, Gebruder Weiss, Kuhne & Nagel, Quehenberger, Lagermax, Schenker and DM.