Slovenia’s Hella Saturnus, a subsidiary of German automotive parts supplier Hella, plans to build a EUR107.7m (US$117.1m) logistics centre, a document posted on the Slovenian government’s website showed, SeeNews.com reported.
The document said Hella Saturnus had applied for a EUR5.4m government incentive for the project and planned to offer 50 jobs at the logistics centre by the end of 2024.
The company would invest EUR69.8m in machinery and equipment and the centre would house a laboratory, logistics and production facilities, plus a high rack warehouse.
Hella Saturnus would use the logistics centre to diversify its electronic components manufacturing activities, the government said.
The company is active in the production of auxiliary lamps, sports car lighting equipment and single-function lamps, SeeNews.com said.
Faurecia acquired a 80% stake in the capital of Hella Saturnus’ owner Hella last January.