In 2016 Delta Holding achieved the total revenues of 49.47 billion dinars, while EBITDA is 4.4 billion dinars. The largest share in the revenues is made by Delta Agrar (54%) and Delta DMD (29%). The company paid 10.16 billion dinars to the budget of the Republic of Serbia.
In the course of last year over one million and six hundred thousand euros were given within more than 400 humanitarian activities, while almost 70 thousand people received direct help.
The company’s most important investment amounting to approximately 50 million euros is the construction of the InterContinental Hotel in Ljubljana which is planned to open in September. Holiday Inn and Belexpo Centre are new additions to Delta-owned hotels whereas Crowne Plaza had the record number of 100,000 nights.
Last year Delta Auto Group had the growth of over 10% and Delta Transport System the growth of over 20%, which was contributed by the provision of international transport services in as many as 36 countries.
In all Delta members 2017 will be the year of innovations.
- Delta Auto Group will import electrical models BMWi3, BMW i8 and hybrid vehicles; it will open a BMW service shop for vehicles older than 6 years and present new BMW, MINI and Honda models.
- Delta Agrar plans investments of almost 40 million euros, which is double in comparison to last year, while the novelty will be raising a cherry plantation in the vicinity of Zaječar with the most modern technology involving dense planting, an irrigation system and “drop by drop” feeding and a protection net.
- DTS will introduce a new service of railway transport and open new lines of collective road transport to Germany and Austria. It also plans to expand its operations into the Slovenian market.
- Two largest investments planned by Delta Real Estate are shopping centres: Delta Planet Belgrade worth 200 million euros and Delta City Banjaluka worth 70 million euros. The new shopping mall in the capital of Serbia will provide more than 4.000 workplaces.