Municipality of Kula is located within the fertile flatland of Vojvodina in the north of Serbia, on the crossroad between Novi Sad (52 km away), Sombor (40 km away) and Subotica (60 km away). It is a multinational and multicultural environment, where differences are nurtured and cherished. Due to its natural characteristics (41.000 ha of arable land), favorable climate and rich water resources – including geothermal springs, Kula has a lot of potentials in the field of agriculture, spa and wellness, country and nautical tourism. The municipality has more than 450 ha of construction land available for industrial zones. The largest and most significant industrial zone is located next to main road M-3, covering the area of 85 ha, 20 ha being fully equipped and ready for investments. There are several important brownfield locations with infrastructure and more than 40.000 m² of facilities (warehouses, laboratories, and office space) belonging to former industrial giants such as factories which produced fittings – Istra, leather – Eterna and woolen fabrics – Kulski štofovi. Depending on the number of new jobs created, the investors are entitled to reduction of land development fee and land lease price, and they are exempted from environment protection fee and utility fee for company name display (signage fee) during the first two years of work.
|Name||Municipality of Kula|
|Location||South East Europe – North Serbia – West-Bačka District|
|Territory||481 km²; 91% arable land, 0,5% forests, 8,5% roads|
|Budget||EUR 9,6 million; 10,17% capital investments|
|Address||11 Lenjinova Street, 25230 Kula|
|Telephone, fax||+ 381 25 729 650|