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CESAM s.r.o. (Central European Sheet-metal Assembling and Mounting) was established in March 2005 to produce and assemble finished products and their components for RF-Technologies in Belgium.

(Source: Courtesy of CESAM)

CESAM s.r.o. (Central European Sheet-metal Assembling and Mounting) was established in March 2005 to produce and assemble finished products and their components for RF-Technologies in Belgium.

CESAM s.r.o. now employs almost 100 people and is prepared for further growth. Its major customer, RFT, is a European specialist in the design and manufacture of innovative fire-resistant products for compartmentation and smoke evacuation. These firefighting products are now manufactured by CESAM in Vrable, where the company has now moved into a new 6,000m2 production hall. The building was constructed and is rented by CEHIP s.r.o., which has plans to build further production halls of up to 16,000m2 in a second phase of construction. Part of these will be available for rent.

CESAM s.r.o. also offers services to other Western European companies, especially in assembly work (mechanical, electromechanical, rubber, plastics), sheet metal work and subcontracting. The company would make a reliable partner for western firms that would like to invest or are looking to outsource part of their production to Slovakia. CESAM s.r.o. is a successful sample of expansion in Eastern Europe.

CESAM s.r.o.
Hlavná 1409/48
952 01 Vráble
Tel: +421 (0)37 793-0080
Fax: +421 (0)37 793-0088
E-mail: cesam@cesam.sk
www.cesam.sk

Topic: Foreigners in Slovakia


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