Jazak drinking water from Fruška Gora
Jazak drinking water from Fruška Gora received several awards at major fairs. It was awarded quality plaques “Zdrava Hrana” (Healthy Food) and “Najbolje iz Vojvodine” (Best of Vojvodina). It is a water of optimal mineralization and hardness with a wide range of macro and micro elements, water content and balance of minerals and salts, without any presence of heavy metals, suitable for blood plasma content with particularly beneficial effects for heart patients.
The drinking water factory Jazak constantly improves its technology, human resources and product range. The quality control of the water, packaging, intermediate goods, washing and disinfection of technological equipment and pipelines is performed by specialized physical and chemical and microbiological laboratories. The Jazak drinking water plant operates within the Department for Non-core Assets.
The company “O Zone“ is 100% owned by Naftna industrija Srbije and is engaged in the hotel and catering business, services and tourism. The company was incorporated in October 2005 under the name “NIS Hospitality and Tourism“. In 2007, the company was renamed to “O Zone” and it took charge of all NIS-owned hotel and catering facilities.
The company owns and operates hotels, resort facilities and restaurants in Vojvodina, Central Serbia and Montenegro. The most distinguished in terms of long-standing tradition and quality service are the Vis Hotel (formerly Jugopetrol) on Mount Zlatibor and the Bečići Hotel, named after the Montenegrin summer resort, where this hotel is situated.
Non Core Assets
Department for Non-core Assets disposes of 250 units of fixed assets (137 apartments and 113 other assets), as well as shares in 7 specific entities (3 open joint stock companies, 1 closed joint stock company, and 3 limited liability companies) successfully managed by the Department Director and 10 other employees.
The fixed assets, within the scope of the Department, are not used for main business activities and they consist of: apartments, garages, shops, business premises, buildings, hotels and restaurants. The process of defining and adding units to this list is in progress since March 2011.
The Department’s tasks are to prepare fixed property for alienation and ensure the use of capital associated with the property. In compliance with contemporary global trends in the oil and gas industry, separating assets from non-core elements is the key step towards company restructuring, operational process and cost optimisation, with additional income being re-routed to innovative processes and technologies in oil companies.
The alienation process consists of complex activities aimed at identifying critical points from legal, property and labour perspectives, resulting in the development of a plan for the most efficient achievement of set goals.