Froneri Closes Ice Cream Factory In Varna

The Swiss-British Froneri is closing its ice cream factory in Varna and will now import from Serbia, said Capital.


The company is charging Nestle freezers, and among the popular brands are BOSS, Magnum, Familia.


The factory, which has 72 employees, will stop production on March 1. Some of them will be offered the opportunity to move to other Froneri factories abroad.


The need for large investments to expand and modernize it, plus the lack of seasonal workforce, is the reason for the decision, the company explains.

Read More

Yakazi Halts Car Parts Production In Bulgaria Due To Coronavirus

Japanese car parts maker Yazaki said on Tuesday it was closing its three plants in Bulgaria until April 5 in response to...

Romanian Marketing Automation Software Wins €1.2 Investment

Marketing automation software start-up SmartDreamers said on Tuesday it has received 1.2 million euro ($1.38 million) in financing from venture capital fund GapMinder and...

Life Of Penka The Cow Spared

A cow that faced being killed because it crossed the EU border was spared by the Bulgarian government after an international outcry. Penka the cow...

Recent

Who Is Vasil Bozhkov?

Vasil Bozhkov is Bulgaria’s richest man with a net worth of about $1.5 billion, he was born on July 29th, 1956 in Velingrad a...

10% Of Bulgarians Aged Between 14 and 34 Have Tried Cannabis At Least Once

Young Bulgarians have used mostly cannabis in the last year, but heroin sends the most people to clinics, according to the annual...

Bulgarian Road Tax Revenue Rose By 18 Million Euro

Bulgaria collected over 392 million levs ($224.3 million/200.4 million euro) from the sale of road tax vignette stickers last year, an increase of...