Inđija

Municipality of Inđija

Indjija is a town in the Srem region located on the southern slopes of Fruska Gora Mountain, in region of Vojvodina, Serbia. It covers an area of 385 km², and consists of 11 settlements. The population of Inđija municipality is 47,433.

Inđija mapa

TOP 5 REASONS TO INVEST IN INĐIJA

  • Premium strategic position for business development
  • Fully equipped, investment-ready industrial zones
  • Efficient, business-friendly administration
  • Developed e-government ( GIS, System 48)
  • Highest FDI percentage per capita

Inđija Logistics

TOTAL Area: 385 km²

Distance from borders:

  • HUN - 150 km
  • CRO - 90 km
  • ROM - 140 km
  • BUL - 325 km
  • B&H - 80 km

Distance from highway:

  • E-75 - 30 km
  • E-70 - 0,5 km

Distance from airport:

  • Belgrade - 35 km
  • Osijek - 170 km
  • Timisoara - 180 km
Logistics

Energy potential in Inđija

GAS
  • Municipality is gasified: 95%
  • Local pipeline lenght: 58.9 km
  • Presure of main pipeline 6-12 bar
  • Presure of local pipeline 6-12 bar
BIOMASS
  • Total land: 38,500 ha
  • Agricultural land: 34,023 ha
  • Arable land: 30,767 ha
  • Most common crops: wheat, maize, sugar beet, sunflower
  • Yearly yield:
    • 120,000 t cereals
    • 140,000 t industrial plants
    • Liquid manure 133,000 t per year
    • In 2014 in settlement Ljutkovo pig farm has been established with yearly capacity of 50,000 pigs
WIND

Average speed 5m/s at 60 m

GEOTHERMAL
56°C temperature at 975 m
SOLAR
Insolation 300 days p.a. 2,200 hrs

Infrastructure in Inđija

ROADS

Highway E75 lenght: 20 km

Regional road network: 57 km

Local road network: 122 km

WATERWAY

River Danube lenght: 26.5 km

- Port in Belgrade distance 30 km

Canal network for drainage: 105.7 km

Irrigation/drainage system network: 1,950 ha

RAILWAY

Railway network length: 11.8 km

  • Belgrade-Novi Sad-Subotica
  • Belgrade-Stara Pazova-Ruma-Sremska Mitrovica

Axial pressure: 22.5 t

SEWAGE

Sewage system: 95%

Sewage network: 70 km

Population, education and labor cost in Inđija

Number of inhabitants 47,433

Employed (2020) 13,704

Unemployed (July, 2021) 1,625

Labor cost structure

Average salary in Inđija (Dec, 2020 )

NET Salary 510
Personal Income Tax 10.00% 55
Contributions (Emploeyee) 19.9% 140
GROSS Salary 705
Contributions (Employer) 16.65% 117
TOTAL Cost 823

From July 1st, 2014 the employers have the right for refund on the paid personal income tax & socal insurance contributions:

  • 65% refund for employing 1-9 workers
  • 70% refund for employing 10-99 workers
  • 75% refund for employing 100+ workers

Education

High Schools

School Profile #students #graduates
Gymnasium Humanities 222 60
General 184 56
Technical Mechanical Tech for Computer Engineering 30 27
Computer Electro-Tech 30 30
Road Traffic Tech 30 30
Car Mechanic 10 8
Installations 5 2
AC Equipment Mechanics 15 20
Vehicle Driver 18 4
Vacational Commerce&Economics 47+121 0+32
Hopiltality-Culinary 75 23
Textile 89 22
Tourism 114 30
Trade 24 0

Key sectors in Inđija

Agribusiness

Agribusiness

Variety of investment opportunities

  • Majority of agricultural land in private ownership – 80%
  • Large number of rural population (1 in 4) – 2,401 registered individual farms (1,603 active farms)
  • Excellent investment opportunities for processing capacities and cold storage capacities development (increasing trend in fruit and vegetable production)

Agricultural land - 34,023 ha

Arable land 30,767 ha
Pastures 3,256 ha
Cereals 19,000 ha
maize - 12,000; wheat - 6,700; barley -161; oat - 44; rye - 2(ha)
Beet 2,300 ha
Industrial crops 3,400 ha
sunflower - 1820, soy -760; tobacco -590; oilseed - 210; herbs 4(ha)
Vegetables 52ha
tomato -8; cababge; peppers -11; onions -2; garlic -1; cauliflower -1; carrot -2; peas - 2; watermelon - 9; other -8(ha)
Fruits 1,250 ha
apples - 464; peach - 248; apricot - 25; cerry - 327; plum - 97; nuts - 33; other -27(ha)
Vineyard 237 ha
Roughage 828 ha
corn silage -41; grass mixture - 4 clover- 304; alfalfa - 472; other - 7(ha)
Pulses 5 ha
Meat and Dairy

Meat & Dairy

Tradition of livestock farming

Number of individual farms registered for livestock breeding:

  • Cattle farms – 537
  • Pigs farms – 2,100
  • Sheep farms – 248
  • Poultry farms – 2,154

Number of facilities for livestock breeding:

  • Cattle – 1,240
  • Pigs – 4,941
  • Hens – 1,699

Number of storage facilities in farms:

  • Corn storage – 2,598 (150,000 m³ capacity)
  • Granary – 180 (10,000 m³ capacity)
  • Grain tank – 28 (80,000 t capacity)
  • Driers – 191 (15,000 m³ capacity)
  • Silage facilities – 35 (8,000 m³ capacity)
  • Coldstorage – 72 (50,000 m³ capacity)
Automotive Components

Automotive Components

Strong industry support system

  • Longstanding tradition and up-to-date technology expertise
  • A number of foreign companies operating within the automotive components industry
  • Access and continuous supply of qualified workforce - high schools with relevant profiles in Indjijja – more than 400 students enrolled
  • Availability of various profiles – 30% of total workers seeking employment registered at the National Employment Service is with the metal processing/technical background
  • Developed network of potential suppliers
  • Successful companies: both foreign and domestic – with export production programs
ICT

ICT

Fast track to a global workplace

  • Spreading over 50 ha of land with planned 100,000 m² of IT Park - first of its kind in the region offering flexible, capable, and diverse workspaces to cater to all companies needs
  • Cost-effective alternative with unlimited scope for expansion
  • Flexible office sizes and fit-out options
  • Access to human resources from Belgrade and Novi Sad
  • Additional contents: retail areas, sports, fitness, education and hospitality facilities, high-end residential developments
  • Strategically located – only 25 minutes from Belgrade – proximity of river Danube and Corridor 10
  • Total leasable area in current building – 8,170 m²
  • LEED Gold Certified
Waste Management

Waste Management

Waste & recycling opportunities

  • Recently emerged due to the adoption of new regulations in the field of waste management
  • Introduction of new incentive measures for different forms of environment protection: selection and collection of useful waste, recycling useful waste, re- use of materials obtained from recycling, energy production from waste (gas, heating, etc.)
  • This sector is particularly interesting due to the possibility of developing PPP, as well as the imposed obligations for raising awareness about environmental protection
  • Before 2000 mainly public utility company and the small number of entrepreneurs (paper, steel) were engaged in this activity - currently 15 companies and 11 entrepreneurs are registered
  • There is an obligation of local government to create the conditions for the collection, disposal and recycling of municipal waste in accordance with the highest standards, without pollution of the environment while creating economic benefits for businesses that may invest in this area

Top 10 Employers in Inđija

Company Sector Country #Employees
IG BAUERHIN Automotive components Germany 2,160
BLACKOAK DEVELOPMENTS Real estate G.Britain 430
GRUNDFOS Pump production Denmark 360
SM&MS Gambling Serbia 283
ZITOSREM Agribusiness Serbia 173
TEHNOEXPORT Plastics Serbia 139
PLAMEN Electronics Serbia 128
HENKEL Chemicals Germany 118
GASTEH Gas Equipment Serbia 114
MB TRANS Transport Serbia 106

Greenfield locations in Inđija

Location 1

Industrial zone – Northeast

Land size: 830,76 ha 9a 20m2

Available: 790 ha

2 km distance from center, next to E75 highway; railway - nearby

Ownership: municipal (202)+ private (778)

Infrastructure: electricity, water, gas, sewage, optical cable

For sale & rent

Industrial zone – Northeast
Industrial zone – Southeast

Location 2

Industrial zone – Southeast

Land size: 81,08 ha

Available: 20 ha

15 km distance from center

Ownership: municipal (2)+private (88)

Infrastructure: electricity, water, gas, sewage, optical cable

Brownfield Locations in Inđija

Location 1

Ecoplast– Southeast Zone

Land size: 3,183 m²

Facilities: 1,500 m² + 400m² office space

*Expansion possibilites

Infrastructure: electricity, water, gas, sewage

Ownership: private

For lease

Ecoplast– Southeast Zone
ZZ Indjija – Zeleznicka

Location 4

ZZ Indjija – Zeleznicka

Land size: 3,000m²

Facility: 2,700m² warehouse

Infrastructure: electricity, water, gas, sewage

Ownership: private

For sale & lease

Location 5

ADIMMO – Cortanovci

Land size: 3,000 m²

Facilities: 2,300m² + 130m² office

Infrastructure: electricity, water, gas, sewage

Ownership: private

For sale

ADIMMO – Cortanovci

Upon receiving the investor’s request

the consolidated construction procedures are conducted in the following phases:

  • Issuing the location conditions for the cadastre parcel suitable for construction – from the day of obtaining all special conditions, permits and other documents --> no later than 5 working days
  • Issuing the construction permit – from the day of the submission of the request --> no later than 5 working days

Upon receiving the application:

Based on registering the construction work,issuing the verification for receiving the application without delay, provided that the complete documentation has been submitted.

- Registering the construction works to receive acceptance/rejection --> 5 working days

- Subsequently, submitting the request for infrastructure installations --> 3 working days

Issuing the occupancy permit, upon receiving the submission of the request --> no later than 5 working days

Issuing the final approval upon receiving the submission of the request --> no later than 5 working days

In total: 28 working days

Incentives & Fees in Inđija

Land development fees for manufacturing activities

Land purchase possibility in several insallments

*proce negotiable

Success Stories in Inđija

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Your partner in Inđija

Municipality Office

Marko Gasic– Deputy president of the municipality

Phone: +381 22 561 277; +381 22 561 322 (loc.245); +381 63 564 119

Email: marko.gasic@indjija.net

Dragan Surla – Director of the Agency for Economic Development

Phone: +381 65 98 55 455; +381 69 18 55 456

Email: dragan.surla@indjija.net