Slavonski Brod


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Slavonski Brod

 

a city in Yugoslavia, located in the Socialist Republic of Croatia. Population, 40,000 (1974). Slavon-ski Brod has a landing on the Sava River. Local enterprises produce steam, diesel, and electric locomotives, railroad cars, streetcars, trolleybuses, bridge transporters, and gantry cranes. Equipment for metallurgical and cement plants and sugar refineries is also produced. Other important industries are woodworking and food processing, especially flour milling and wine-making. [23–1616–]

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The Sava River in History: Proceedings of the scientific conference held in Slavonski Brod 18-19 October 2013, ed.
Le centre croate Slavonski Brod, ouvert le 20 septembre a la frontiere entre la Croatie et la Serbie et amenage par l'armee pour accueillir 5.000 migrants, est appele a etre progressivement ferme.
"We see great opportunities for cooperation by moving a considerable portion of our technology," says Vladimir Kovacevic, President of the Djuro Djakovic holding of Slavonski Brod.
According to JANAFa[euro](tm)s CEO, Zarubezhneft intends to set up an oil pipeline that connects the town of Brod, Bosnia and Herzegovina with two facilities in the Croatian cities of Slavonski Brod and Sisak.Country: , Bosnia and Herzegovina, CroatiaSector: Petroleum/Natural Gas/CoalType: JVStatus: Closed
The EIB-backed project includes a new high-pressure gas pipeline from Pula to Karlovac (40 kilometres South-West of the capital Zagreb), that will connect the offshore fields to the existing gas transmission system, and an extension of this line from Zagreb to Slavonski Brod, to supply the Slavonia region and connect to the Okoli underground gas storage of the Posaniva region.