The right to use the trademark was given to the winter and gourmet salami of the company “Juhor”, kulen and tea sausage of the Meat Industry Topola, the line of fruit brandies of the company PR “Savićević brandy”, flour products of the company DPS “Klas grupa” and pellets of the company Eko Step Pelet.

The “Čuvarkuća” family was joined by products from the metal sector, aluminum profiles of the company “Alumil YU Industry” and electric bicycles of the company “E-Prime”.

Secretary of the Association for the Metal Industry of PKS, Ana Raičević, assessed that it is extremely important that new companies from the metal sector find themselves in the “Čuvarkuća” family, which has been facing difficulties since the beginning of the crisis caused by the pandemic. with rising raw material prices and difficult procurement of raw materials.

“Aluminum profiles and electric bicycles made in Serbia, with a high share of domestic work and materials and which meet quality and safety standards, are proof that this processing sector is very resilient and represents one of the leading branches of the Serbian economy,” Raicevic said.

The company “E-Prime”, a manufacturer of electric bicycles, pointed out that they consider the “Čuvarkuća” trademark to be a great confirmation of the domestic quality and design of their products, adding that the trademark will bring additional product recognition to the domestic and regional and EU markets.

“We are domestic producers, which is very important to point out in our product category, because this sector is still in development. The stamp for us means confirmation of our investment in domestic production and design,” said the director of this company Milan Manojlovic.

The company “Alumil YU Industry” emphasized that the trademark “Čuvarkuća” is a great recognition for the company that employs about 400 workers and engineers.

Marketing Director at “Alumil YU Industry” Tijana Anokić announced that this company will invest in the development and expansion of production capacity in the coming period.

“Created in Serbia” is a project that provides support to domestic products and producers and has a positive effect on strengthening consumer awareness of the importance of buying domestic products, “said the president of the PKS Council for awarding the” Cuvarkuca “trademark, Mihailo Vesovic.

He reminded that during the year of the project, 762 products from various production sectors received the trademark.

By Editor

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