Serbian companies have a chance to join supply chains in Germany
Today, more than 70 companies from the Western Balkans, of which about 30 from Serbia, are conducting B2B talks at the Stuttgart Chamber of Commerce on establishing potential cooperation with the representatives of 24 German companies, with the desire to intensify cooperation and strengthen the presence in supply chains.
The day of B2B talks is organized for the eighth time within the project German Initiative for Finding Suppliers in the Western Balkan Countries, supported by the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK Serbia), the representative offices of the German economy in the Western Balkan countries (AHK), the Serbian Chamber of Commerce (SCC), as well as the German Association for Materials Management, Import and Logistics (BME e.V), and this year’s host is the Stuttgart Regional Chamber of Commerce.
„We want to give the Western Balkan companies a chance to get involved in the value chain of German companies and German industry. It is not easy, because German companies can buy anywhere in the world, but the situation is changing. There was a pandemic, a lot of logistical challenges, and that is why German companies are increasingly turning to regions closer to the EU when it comes to supply,“ said the executive member of the Management Board of the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK Serbia), Alexander Markus.