EU project: Procurement of forklifts

EU projekt


Procurement of forklifts

The project was co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund


Name of the project

"Procurement of forklifts"
project code KK.

Short description of the project

The realization of the project enabled the purchase of machines for expanding the capacity for exploitation and processing of stone and faster delivery of products to end customers. The project includes the following activities:

  1. Investment in tangible assets;
  2. Project management;
  3. Promotion and visibility.

Objectives and expected results of the project

The main goal of the project is to increase capacity and improve the technological process while increasing the volume of production and business efficiency with the aim of developing entrepreneurship and increasing competitiveness in the city of Benkovac through the introduction of new machines. The project will enable an increase in employment and competitiveness of crafts, and thus small and medium enterprises.

The specific objectives of the project are:

  • Retaining existing jobs;
  • Growth of craft income;
  • Reducing social inequalities, exclusivity and poverty;
  • Job creation.

The main expected effect that this project will generate is the growth of total revenues.

The sustainability of the project will be ensured through continuous work on maintaining business relationships with existing customers as well as active search for new potential customers. The realized profit will continue to be reinvested in future investments, and costs will be rationalized through savings on fixed costs and reduction of machine failures.

Total project value and amount co-financed by the EU (in HRK)

  • The total value of the project is 416,593.75 HRK
  • The total value of the project (eligible costs) is 333,275.00 HRK
  • The EU share in project financing amounts to HRK 283,283.75

Project implementation period

13.10.2019. – 13.10.2020.






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The project was co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund