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The company Arhibet in Serbia relies for the first time on glass-fibre reinforced production boards


Wasa AG, 64293 Darmstadt, Germany

 


The company Arhibet was founded in 2007 by Mr. Marko Mitic and Mr. Aleksander Stojanovic in Niš, Serbia. The city of Niš is located about 250 km southeast of the Serbian capital Belgrade. The product portfolio includes paving stones in different variations, kerbstones, sewage channels and sewer systems. Of course, we also offer special products, which are desired by the customer. The newly founded Wetcast division Arhibets rounds off the portfolio. Wetcast moulds from Wasa are used for this. Here, new designs and new finishes for the surfaces are continuously developed.

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ARHIBET ltd.
Knjazevacka bb, Donja Vrezina
18000 Nis, Serbia
T +381 18 570 901, F +381 18 570 906
office@arhibet.rs, www.arhibet.rs

WASA AG
Europaplatz 4, 64293 Darmstadt, Germany
T +49 6151 7808500, F +49 6151 7808549
info@wasa-technologies.com, www.wasa-technologies.com

PROMETAL
Milosava Vlajića 49
11450 Sopot, Belgrade, Serbia
T +381 11 8251625, F +381 11 8251071
info@prometalmachines.com, www.prometalmachines.com


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