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 Inđija’s huge advantage lies in the fact that the town is traditionally known for craft and industrial expertise and good work habits.

In March 2012, Inđija ranked second on the list “European Cities and Regions of the Future”, compiled by the same magazine, in the category of investment cost effectiveness. In 2013, the European Movement declared the municipality of Inđija the most transparent local administration.
The town spans a wide area in Central Srem where the Danube and the Sava river basins meet. It lies on major railway and road segments of European Corridor X, and is right next to the Nikola Tesla international airport. The municipality has an efficient and modern administration and developed infrastructure.

Inđija has two fully functional work zones with utility infrastructure in place.

The northeast work zone covers an area of 635 square km. It lies between the E-75 motorway and has complete infrastructure. The zone lies along the regional R-109 road. The Belgrade-Novi Sad railroad, which is on the international Corridor X, is west from the zone. The southeast work zone covers an area of 100 hectares and is 1.5 km from the centre of Inđija. It stretches along the M22/1 main road, in the direction of Belgrade, which connects the zone to neighbouring areas. This work zone has complete infrastructure and the utility infrastructure here is identical to the one in the town of Inđija.

Contact:
Municipality of Inđija
Address: Cara Dušana 1, 22320 Inđija
Tel. +381 22 561 311 and 560 304
E-mail: kabinet@indjija.net and pfilipovic@indjija.net
Website: www.indjija.rs
Inđija’s huge advantage lies in the fact that the town is traditionally known for craft and industrial expertise and good work habits.

The municipality of Inđija lies in Srem County, on the southern slopes of the Fruška Gora. It is situated halfway between Belgrade and Novi Sad, in the place where important European transport corridors – the E-75 motorway and the river Danube – intersect so its geographical position is very good. According to the 2011 census, Inđija had a population of close to 50,000. In early 2008, the Financial Times declared Inđija one of the top 25 most attractive destinations for FDI.

In March 2012, Inđija ranked second on the list “European Cities and Regions of the Future”, compiled by the same magazine, in the category of investment cost effectiveness. In 2013, the European Movement declared the municipality of Inđija the most transparent local administration.

“If you are looking for the place to launch your new business, choose Inđija, because if you do, you will find yourself at the very centre of a market with 3 million consumers,” says Municipal President Petar Filipović and adds that Inđija’s huge advantage lies in the fact that it is only a half an hour drive from Belgrade and Novi Sad. “Another advantage is that Inđija is traditionally known for craft and industrial expertise and good work habits. The town spans a wide area in Central Srem where the Danube and the Sava river basins meet. It lies on major railway and road segments of European Corridor X, and is right next to the Nikola Tesla international airport. The municipality has an efficient and modern administration and developed infrastructure,” the president of the municipality says.
Reasons to invest in Indjija

Messages to foreign investors are – Inđija’s administration don’t hesitate when making decisions; they are at your beck and call; they are willing to help you and intervene on your behalf with the highest state instances; and they are going to supply you with advice from the most competent people who work for the most renowned economic, scientific and university institutions in Serbia. Inđija’s administration is on your side of the table when negotiating with banks, suppliers and distributors, domestic and international financiers, potential partners and consumers. Municipality is one of the most developed municipalities in Serbia. The biggest economic branches in Inđija are agriculture, industry, small businesses, commerce and tourism. Inđija is also one of the most successful towns in Serbia in terms of attracting investments.



Infrastructure of Inđija Municipality

Inđija has two fully functional work zones with utility infrastructure in place. The zones have an exceptional geographic and transport location which puts Inđija at the very top of the list in Serbia in terms of investment potential and attractiveness. The formation of these work zones facilitated the development of new capacities and gave us an opportunity to relocate permanently all production facilities from central and residential areas. This, in turn, has had environmental benefits, and has improved working and production conditions.

The northeast work zone covers an area of 635 square km and is only 2 km from the centre of Inđija. It lies between the E-75 motorway (Belgrade-Novi Sad) and has complete infrastructure (sanitary and storm sewage, and steel gas pipeline). The zone lies along the regional R-109 road (Ruma-Stari Slankamen). The Belgrade-Novi Sad railroad, which is on the international Corridor X, is west from the zone. This work zone is easily accessible due to the close proximity of the E-75 motorway.

The southeast work zone covers an area of 100 hectares and is 1.5 km from the centre of Inđija. It stretches along the M22/1 main road, in the direction of Belgrade, which connects the zone to neighbouring areas. The M22/1 road is also the main road in the town itself. This work zone has complete infrastructure and the utility infrastructure here is identical to the one in the town of Inđija.
Economic branches in which will be the best to invest in

Agriculture, industry and small businesses are the driving force behind local economy.

Companies that are already doing business / manufacturing in Inđija Municipality

The biggest Serbian and foreign companies have chosen Inđija for doing business. They are Henkel, IT Park, ThyssenKrupp, Grundfos, Terra Production, Metal Cinkara, Energozelena, IGB Automotive, Embassy Group, Fashion Park Outlet, Izoterm Plama, Gombit, Tehnoeksport, Martini Gradnja, Farmina Pet Foods, Invej, Tradeunique, Gastech, and many others. Considering that Inđija has received nearly half a billion euros of FDI,  the FDI per capita ratio here is the highest in the country which is why Inđija has been declared the best municipality in Serbia.



Equipment administration and deadlines for issuance of the necessary permits to prospective investors

Improving conditions for efficient implementation of projects in Inđija entails increased efficiency of the municipal administration and simplified administrative procedures. Relevant documents can be issued within a few minutes, business permits are issued on the same day, while building permits are usually issued between 60 and 90 days. When they get here, investors are presented with a long-term plan for development of the area in which they plan to invest their money (these plans are general and detail zoning plans) and a modern infrastructure. Our priority is to constantly raise the level of efficiency of the local administration in project implementation, and provide balanced incentives to investors in accordance with the development plans for local community. Planning documents and environmental management here comply with the highest international standards.
Additional advantages of  Inđija Municipality

By applying IT technology in everyday life of the local community, and especially by implementation of the information system (GIS), potential investors can go online and obtain all sorts of information about the terms and conditions for project implementation.

Transparent public work of local administration was achieved through the implementation of the online SYSTEM 48 through which our citizens can get directly involved with the key issues which are important for local community which, in turn, increases the work efficiency in relevant authorities, public enterprises and institutions since they are given 48 hours to resolve the problem or publicly set the deadline for its resolution. This project facilitates active communication and involvement of all citizens in advancing local community in all aspects with the goal of improving living and business environment as the key factor in attracting new investments.