The sales results achieved last year confirmed Victoria Group’s place among the leading exporters in Serbia. According to the reports of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Serbia and the information collected by the Customs Administration in 2016, this company took the tenth place on the list of leading exporters, with the export value of EUR 172.6 million.
The Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Novi Sad, the Department of Field and Vegetable Crops, organized a scientific and professional event “Hello, farmer” (“Dobar dan domaćine”) on February 9 and 10.
The 51st Conference of Agronomists and Farmers was held, which traditionally takes place on Zlatibor Mountain at the end of January and brings together the key players in Serbian agriculture. More than fifty lectures and presentations on primary agricultural production, soil fertility and crop protection were given from January 22 to 28.
This year, the 51st Conference of Agronomists and Farmers of Serbia, organized by the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops from Novi Sad, was held on Zlatibor Mountain from January 22 to 28, 2017. At the same time, the 63rd “Agricultural Engineering” (“Poljoprivredna tehnika”) Symposium was held, organized by the National Scientific Society for the Agricultural Engineering and the Faculty of Agriculture of Novi Sad.
For another year in a row, Victoria Group participated in the charity event “Santa’s Sleigh” (“Sanke Deda Mraza”), which involves giving New Year gifts and holding theater performances for children with disabilities and children without parental care who live in social protection institutions throughout Serbia.
“The First Standard and non-GM Label for Quality and Domestic Origin – Danube Soya” conference was held at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia in Belgrade on December 22.
On December 22, Veterinary Institute Subotica, together with its partners, celebrated 95 years of its existence and business operations, as well as bringing another successful business year to a close.
Research carried out by the Business Info Group on the largest and most profitable companies in Serbia between 2008 and 2015 focused particularly on export and company performance by sector. The processing industry is the second most common sector after the commercial sector, and it generates nearly a quarter of the total business income within the group of 100 best ranked companies.
A certified validation of compliance with the FSSC (Food Safety System Certification) 22000 standard was given at Sojaprotein in November by the SGS certification company. By obtaining a positive report, compliance with the highest requirements of the food safety management system was proven.
In November, the plant for the production of ointment for general use was set up in the Veterinary Institute Subotica. The plant covers an area of around 200m2 and it was built in accordance with all the requirements of the domestic legal regulations and standards regarding the production of objects for general use.