Metalskop d.o.o.

METALSKOP d.o.o. was created in 1996. private capital, and it came from the SZR that dates back to the 1970s .


Within METALSKOP d.o.o. two organizational units operate:


1) Organizational unit - PRODUCTION with basic activity: production of sheet metal and metal goods and providing all kinds of milling, turning, grinding and manufacturing of all kinds of tools and machines.


2) Organizational unit - CENTRAL HEATING with the main activity: providing all kinds of central heating, gas installations, plumbing.


During these years, the company has developed into a modern and respectable economic factor of the wider region, where, with work and experience, it has become an inevitable partner in the production of products for the construction and  automotive industry.


Today, we also operate on a brand new production and service facility with over 1,500 m2, and with 10 permanent employees ... Production plants are equipped with over 30 presses (puppets) from 300 to 2 t, grinders, turning machines, ...


Leading the customer’s reference BEFORE ALL, we strive to achieve a fair business relationship based on quality, accuracy and security. At the end of 2010, a quality system was established according to the ISO 9001: 2008 standard.

Aluminium, Iron, Metals, Steel
Facts and Figures
Founded in: 1996
Number of employees: 10
Clients/supplier of: Mann Hummel, Audi, Mercedes
ISO 9001:2008
Contact information
Address: Alije Izetbegovića 27 74266 Tešanjka / Tešanj
Phone: +387 32 658 269
Web site:
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