Headquarters building in Niš
|Founded||Niš, Serbia (June 21, 1991
First founded 1948
|Founder||Government of SFR Yugoslavia|
|Aleksandar Popović (General director)|
|Products||Röntgen machines, acoustic equipment, electronic machine elements|
|Revenue||€1.28 million (2013)|
|€0.34 million (2013)|
|Total assets||€40.55 million (2013)|
|Total equity||€0 (2013)|
Number of employees
EI Niš, short for Electronic Industry Niš (Elektronska industrija Niš) is a company with headquarters in Niš, Serbia. It originated in 1948 from the foundation of the Institute for the Production of Radio Sets and Roentgen Machines, "RR Niš." In 1970-s and 1980-s it was one of the greatest Yugoslavian companies employing over 10 thousand people. However, during the 1990-s most of the company business collapsed, due to lack of investing in research and sanctions the country was facing.
Today, the company makes acoustic equipment, electronic tubes including cathode-ray tubes, printed plates, electronic machine elements, hydraulics, pneumatics, appliances, air-conditioners, medical equipment, roentgen machines, TV sets, radio receivers, and semiconductors. The company is also one of the few remaining makers of electronic vacuum tubes.
Until recently, the company was one of the few in the world to produce electronic tubes.
Inside industrial complex known as Electronic Industry Niš will be founded the first factory of Hematology reagents in Serbia. The First Serbian Factory of Hematology reagents and Hematology instruments will be built until end or 2012.
This will be one more company newly founded or rebuilt inside industrial complex known as Electronic Industry Niš (shorten EI Nis).
- List of computer systems from Serbia
- History of computer hardware in the SFRY
- List of computer systems from SFRY
- Основни подаци из консолидованог финансијског извештаја за 2013. годину. Agencija za privredne registre Srbije (in Serbian). Retrieved 20 June 2014.
- "Ei Niš odlazi u stečaj". capital.ba (in Serbian). Retrieved 20 June 2014.
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