The largest Montenegrin exporters for the year 2016 were Uniprom, Elektroprivreda (EPCG) and Uniprom Metals, and importers Jugopetrol, Krnovo Green Energy and Voli Trade, the Customs Administration announces.
Data on value of import in monetary terms remain confidential.
Exports during the last year had been achieved by 1,180 Montenegrin companies, while the number of importers was five times higher and amounted to 5,800.
The company Uniprom of businessman Veselin Pejovic, manages Aluminum plant, the largest Montenegrin producer and exporter, having been leader between exporters due to exports of aluminum.
It is followed by EPCG, while in the third position is also Pejovic’s company Uniprom Metali, having a light metal foundry in Niksic, and managing exports of the bauxite ore.
In fourth place are Plantaze, on the fifth Toscelik who manages Niksic steel mill, and on the sixth Jugopetrol, whose export is actually re-export of oil products through the territory of Montenegro.
Below are Gradir Montenegro, who manages the lead and zinc mines in Pljevlja, followed by Daido Metal Kotor, Hemomont and Montenegro bonus.
On side of importers leads Jugopetrol, followed by a Krnovo Green Energy, which builds on the wind power Krnovo, then Uniprom, Glossary, DIS, EPCG, Kips, fittings and Farmegra.