Inmold plast – Serbian company engaged with high technology
Inmold Plast is a Serbian, family-owned company, producing high-quality injection molds for plastic and non-ferrous metal. They are specialized for the production of injection molds for thin-wall packaging and injection molds for technical components. The company uses high technology in the production process, and besides that manufactures IML robots. Together with Technical school in Požega, the company is one of the pioneers in dual education project in Serbia.
Inmold plast is a Serbian company whose primary business is the production of high-quality injection molds for plastic and non-ferrous metal. With a new production hall of 1.200 square meters in Požega, the company intends to produce robots and process aluminum profiles for the railway vehicles, for the international market.
The company has around 300 employees and intends to expand this number in the future.
The Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia, Ana Brnabic visited the company and expressed how proud the governments is to have Serbian companies engaging with high tech production, and sophisticated products such as robots and machinery of similar type which makes us stronger as an economy, but also competitive on the international level.
“Cooperation between company Inmold Plast and Technical school in Pozega on educating students in fields like mechanics, hydraulics, robotics, is the best example of implementing a dual education system in Serbia. That is why our future success is guaranteed”, said the Prime Minister.
She added that with a dual education program our students gain necessary skills for the industry, and announced that there is a plan to create Regional Training Centre for CNC machining, right here in the Technical school in Požega.
Goran Janković, the owner of company Inmold plast, said that company is expanding its capacities with a new production hall of 1.200m2 and continues to grow every day by introducing advanced technologies and following the world trends in the industry.
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