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  • 1. Location North West Serbia Population 85,903 Territory 1,178 km²; 82.65% arable land, 13.99% forests, 3.36% roads and other budget RSD 2.5 billion; 15.1% capital investments Contact 1 Trg cara Uroša, 25000 Sombor, +381 25 468 111, gradonacelnik@sombor.rs E 75 E 75 E 70 E 75 E 70 BUSINESS FRIENDLY MUNICIPALITY T Sombor www.sombor.rs45o 46’n, 19o 06’e E 75 E 75 E 70 E 75 E 70 ProXimity to nearest Border crossinGs Croatia 25 km Hungary 28 km The City of Sombor is located in the far north-west of Serbia, in the proxi- mity of border crossing with Croatia (25 km) and Hungary (28 km). Road Corridor X is approximately 60 km away, while the Danube river (Corridor VII) and international river port in Bezdan are at 18 km distance. The city has a developed network of main, regional and local roads, and a railroad hub for passenger and cargo transport towards Subotica, Vrbas, Bogojevo and Apatin. Military airport, 1 km away from the city, has the least number of foggy days in Serbia. The investors have at disposal available locations in the Industrial zone, along the south-east part of the city, as well as other greenfield and brownfield locations covering the area of 38,000 m2. Sombor is the largest local government in Serbia, with 1,178 km2 of territory and the biggest area of arable land, thus representing an excellent location for investing in agricu- lture production. Sombor has already welcomed foreign investors in textile (Fiorano), food (Somboled/Lactalis) and footwear industry (Progetti). Well known Sombor theater, city galleries, beautiful architecture and several castles near the city make Sombor one of the most significant cultural centers of Serbia. somBor BelGrade (175 km) Vienna (345 km) istanBul (1,138 km) sofia (573 km) thessaloniKi (813 km) BudaPest (223 km) 2013 © National Alliance for Local Economic Development
  • 2. NALED, Makedonska 30/VII, 11000 Belgrade, +381 11 33 73 063, naled@naled-serbia.org  www.naled-serbia.org Land area and purpose 5,000,000 m², construction land Ownership structure Mixed (private and state ownership) Infrastructure Water, sewerage, gas, high voltage electricity, access road, telecommunications Location 1.5 km from city center, next to main road M-18 Price and type of acquisition Starting price € 9.5 / m², purchase or lease Land development fee Residential facilities ~ € 3.5 / m2 , commercial facilities ~ € 3.5 to 28 / m2 sombor invest in human resources Work force: 58,785 Education structure: 12.52% college and university degree, 50.89% high school, 36.59% elementary and lower Education profiles / schools and faculties: Faculties in the field of pedagogy and business studies, high schools in the field of agriculture and food industry, technical education, medicine, economy, textile Number of unemployed: 8,017, unemployment rate 25.22% Average gross salary: € 414 per month local economy Number of enterprises: 845 companies and 2,386 entrepreneurs Size: 96.2% small, 3.1% middle-sized and 0.7% large Dominant industries: Agriculture, food industry, leather-processing industry The largest domestic companies: Boreli (footwear), Concern Farmakom (car batteries), Severtrans (transport), Meteor komerc (livestock feed), Mara Sombor (food industry), Sombormlin (food industry), Zadrugarka Sombor (livestock feed) The most significant foreign investors: Fiorano (textile industry, Italy), Progetti (footwear industry, Italy), Lactalis (food industry, France), KTC Sombor (trade, Croatia), PP Sombor (agriculture, Ireland), Somboled (food industry, Croatia), Shipyard Bezdan (shipbuilding, Croatia), Hollo Company Doroslovo (briquettes production, Czech Republic), Ferrari Plast (plastics, Italy) traffic connections Highway (Corridor X): E-662 (connection with Croatia), access to E-75 via main road M-17.1 – 50 km away Main roads: Main roads M-17.1 and M-18, regional roads R-101, R-105 and R-105.1 Railroad lines (Corridor X): Direct lines to Subotica, Vrbas, Bogojevo and Apatin The Danube (Corridor VII): Port Bezdan – 18 km away Airport: Military airport –7 km away, Nikola Tesla Airport, Belgrade – 170 km away industrial zone