The campaign "Do not let it break" started in mid-April within the 31st Belgrade Marathon
The Hellenic Sugar Industry, with the support of the Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veteran, and Social Affairs and the media support of the Globe Magazine, has initiated a humanitarian action “A sugar cube for a smile” in the Asylum Protection Center in Pirot and Divljane. The youngest migrants were distributed sweet packets by the Minister Zoran Đorđević
Hellenic Sugar Serbia
Not even a month after the historic environmental conference in Paris, gathering almost 200 nations who adopted an agreement on climate change regulating the reduction of emission of greenhouse gases, many cities in Serbia face pollution of up to five times higher than allowed.
Coupled with lower production costs and energy savings, Hellenic Sugar is on route to achieving sustainable development that will create conditions for new jobs and ensure higher revenue, more exports and a more significant contribution to the overall development of agriculture in Serbia
Petros Gemintzis, CEO of Hellenic Sugar
Our experience so far, and our potential, both corroborate expectations that Hellenic Sugar Serbia will become the leader of both Serbia and the region. Despite the fact that 2015 was the most perilous year for the sugar industry in Serbia, we meet 2016 with optimism.
Petros Gemintzis, Director, Hellenic Sugar
Following an extremely tough year for the Serbian sugar industry, this company – headquartered in Greece – has managed to overcome current restructuring problems successfully and believes that it has the potential to become the biggest producer and supplier of sugar in the Balkan region