Members of the new Board of Directors of the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK Serbia) appointed

At its regular annual assembly meeting, AHK Serbia has elected eight new members of its Board of Directors. In the next two years, the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce will be led by a new Board of Directors, headed by Udo Eichlinger, CEO of Siemens Serbia, during his two-year term as the Chairman of the Board.

Udo Eichlinger, CEO of Siemens Serbia

In addition to the new president, the AHK members companies also voted to appoint Dijana Peškir from Stihl and Milan Grujić from ZF Serbia as Vice Chairwoman and Vice Chairman respectively, as well as five board members: Ronald Seeliger, Hemofarm, Ivan Smiljković, ProCredit Bank Serbia, Bojan Predojević, Profine, Christian Braunig, Confida Consulting, and Dragan Simović, M&M Militzer & Munch.

“The German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce, as the largest bilateral association of businesspeople in Serbia, will continue to advocate for the improvement of the business environment in Serbia, support economic reforms and support the efforts of the Government of Serbia in implementing reforms,” the Chamber has said.

“On the other hand, the Chamber will be focused on effectively representing the interests of member companies before governmental and non-governmental institutions, as well as in the public sphere. We will be a stable partner of the Serbian economy, as before, with a view of making a quality contribution to improving the business climate in the country, “said the newly appointed President of AHK Serbia, Udo Eichlinger, while thanking the Chamber members for giving the new management a vote of confidence.

Referring to the results of the Chamber’s work and activities in the previous period, the Director of the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce, Martin Knapp, pointed out that the establishment of the joint chamber in 2016 sent a clear signal to the German business community that Serbia was a reliable partner.
“Through our Chamber of Commerce, we contribute daily to improving contacts with the German companies and promote the Serbian economy to German investors,” said Mr Knapp.

With 140 offices in 92 countries, the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK Serbia) is a member of the system of German external trade and industrial chambers. AHK Serbia is the largest bilateral chamber of commerce in Serbia and an ideal platform for facilitating contacts between German, Serbian and international companies.

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