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595° Advanced Lightweight Solutions - Brașov Strada Alunului 10, Brașov - 500483, Romania image
ACS SRL Strada GARII , no.1 125200 Pogoanele Judetul Buzau Romania image
Adient Automotive Romania - Craiova Henry Ford (1863-1947), nr.29, 200745 Craiova, Dolj, Romania image
Adient Automotive România – Metal Bradu Zona Comercială, nr.16, Comuna Bradu, Judeţul Arges, Cod Poştal 117141, Romania image
Adient - Pitesti Str. Nicolae Balcescu, no.64, Pitesti, 110087 Romania image
Adient - Poiana Lacului Poiana Laculu 1, Poiana-Lacului 117555, Romania image
Adient - Timisoara Calea Sagului DN 59, Timisoara, 1900 Romania image
Adler Pelzer Pitesti WDP Industrial Park, Cladirea 2 - A1 Bucuresti-Piteşti, km 102, 17545, Oarja / Arges, Romania image
AEC EWA Automotive SRL Aleea Uzinei, 1, 505800 Zărnești (Brașov) Romania image
AECTRA Plastics S.R.L. Stefanestii de Jos, 077175, Linia de Centura Street, No.16, Ilfov County, Romania image
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Apr 18, 2024

Multiple media sources reported that Michelin will shut down its truck tire manufacturing plant in Olsztyn, Poland by the end of 2024. The truck tire production will be transferred to Romania.

It currently has 430 employees working in this Olsztyn factory truck tire production operation. The employees will be relocated to other Michelin facilities in Poland or receive satisfactory severance packages.

(From multiple sources on April 17, 2024) 

Apr 17, 2024

Huf opened the new Technical Center Romania Laboratory (TCRL) at 21 Republicii Street, close to the center of Timișoara in Romania, on April 16, 2024.

The new TCRL is now the largest testing and validation center in the global Huf’s network. The 1,700-sqm facility has top equipment to test and validate products such as car door handles and smart and digital car keys for the automotive industry. It will serve all five Huf sites in Europe (Portugal, Spain, Poland, Germany, and Romania).

In total, Huf is now running Technical Centers in Germany, Romania, China, Mexico, and India.

The company targets an annual net sale of EUR 2 billion by 2031, supported mainly by Huf Romania.

(From a press release dated April 16, 2024)

Apr 01, 2024

On March 26, Ford Otosan Romania srl, a subsidiary of Ford Otosan A.Ș., signed a syndicated loan agreement worth EUR 435 million for 7 years, to finance ongoing investment projects in vehicles and engineering at its Craiova plant to materialize its growth plans in Europe.

The loan will finance the next generation of Ford Transit Courier and Ford Tourneo Courier, as well as the launch of the new Ford Puma, including fully electric versions of these models, at the Ford Otosan plant in Craiova.

In the transaction, Société Générale and its Romanian subsidiary, BRD, acted as coordinating mandated lead arrangers, in which a group of international and Romanian banks also participated.

Based on BRD press release