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Prehrambena industrija Stiza DOOEL Kravari Bitola


Investment value


3.000.000 euro


483.400 euro






Stiza is a company founded by a Macedonian expatriate in Australia, who at the beginning of January 2016 opened a factory for chips production in the village of Kravari, Bitola.

According to the announcement of the ruling party in its last election program, the investment is worth 3 million euros and should create 100 new jobs.

The owner of the company is Gordanco Mirchevski.

By the end of 2015, the company employed 3 people. Its total assets amounted to 540,000 euros, 472,000 euros of which were noncurrent assets.

In 2016, the number of employees increased to 17 people.

The company was founded in September 2013 with an initial capital of 5,000 euros. The total revenues of the company in 2015 amounted to about 7,000 euros and the end result was a loss of about 51,000 euros.

In the summer of 2016 in the media reported that the company would cease its production, but soon the owner Mirchevski denied this information.

"The factory is not even close to shutting down, nor have any of us had such plans. On the contrary, our operation is booming, and subsequently, there is a higher demand and higher sales", he responded.

The reason for the alleged closure of the factory was the insufficient power supply.

"These are problems from the past. The demand for our products is growing each day, as a result of which we expect production to grow, the number of newly employed staff to increase and Macedonian chips to get to all potential markets" said Stiza representatives.

Last update: 23 january 2018

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