Macedonian brewer Pivara Skopje invests in equipment


Macedonian brewer Pivara Skopje said on Tuesday it invested over 1.4 million euro ($1.48 million) in the procurement and installation of new bottling equipment.
The new equipment increased by 30% the total capacity of the existing bottling line, Pivara Skopje said in a statement on its website.
The new equipment allows the company to expand the range of bottles it uses.
"It is an investment that opens a new chapter in the development of Pivara Skopje, but also gives new impetus to the development of the overall beer industry," Jovan Radosavljevic, general manager of Pivara Skopje said.
The new bottling equipment is fully compatible with Pivara Skopje's water and energy saving systems.
Pivara Skopje, established in 1924, is the leading beverage company in Macedonia, producing, marketing and distributing various beer and soft drink brands, most notably Skopsko and Coca-Cola.

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