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In the year when the company celebrates 30 years in business, Milšped strives to expand and improve all aspects of its services and be a leader in energy efficiency and sustainable business operations

Since we are located in a region that is extremely sensitive to climate changes, clling for the widest possible use of renewable energy sources, Milšped company, a regional leader in the field of logistics, has started a project to build a solar power plant on the roofs of its warehouses.

The installation of solar panels is carried out as part of the project “Just Green Transition and Decarbonisation in Serbia“ financed by the Government of Japan, and implemented by UNDP Serbia in cooperation with the Ministry of Mining and Energy and the Ministry of Environmental Protection of the Republic of Serbia.

„By building a solar power plant, we want to set an example for others, to contribute to the green transition of Serbia, but also to reduce electricity consumption, thereby improving the state of environmental protection in our community. We are pleased to have become a part of such an important investment project and to be among the first companies in Serbia that started the green transformation and transition to renewable energy sources“, said Nebojša Krivokuća, Milšped’s new managing director.

The solar panels placed on the roofs of the warehouses will produce electricity that will be used, among other things, to power the battery chargers used by various means of internal transport.

The solar power plant on the roofs of the warehouse in Krnješevci has a power of 600KW, and the annual reduction of electricity consumption from the network is planned to be around 34%. The indirect impact of reducing greenhouse gas emissions on an annual basis is 774.94 tons of CO2e.

The project of building a solar power plant is also supported by Raiffeisen Bank of Serbia.

Milšped group celebrates 30 years of successful business this year with over 3,500 employees in over 13 countries and on 3 continents.

The year was also marked by the start of operations of the Intermodal Terminal in Niš on the route of corridor 10, spreading over 4 ha, the installation of a solar power plant on the rooftops of the logistics center in Krnješevci, where Milšped begins the construction of a new 30,000m2 warehouse space, the launch of an air cargo company, the introduction of robotics in storage processes, and the plan is to build another 15,000 m2 of storage space in Niš, as well as numerous other significant investments.

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