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ACI Romania Hala Punti Mioveni, Str Uzinei Nr 2 A, Judetul Arges, ROMANIA image
ACS Romania Strada GARII , no.1 125200 Pogoanele Judetul Buzau Romania image
Adient - Craiova Strada Henry Ford, nr. 29, Craiova 200745, Romania image
Adient - Pitesti Str. Nicolae Balcescu, no.64, Pitesti, 110087 Romania image
Adient - Timisoara Calea Sagului DN 59, Timisoara, 1900 Romania image
ALTUR SA Str.Pitesti Nr. 114 Slatina,Jud.Olt 0500 ROMANIA image
ANA IMEP S.A. 112, Sos. Bucuresti, 117719 PITESTI, Arges County, Romania image
Arteca Prelungirea Soseaua Giurgiului,Nr.33 Sector 4 Bucuresti 78703 ROMANIA image
Autocamioane Roman (Roman S.A.) Str. Poienelor Nr. 5, Brasov, 500419, Romania image
Autoliv Romania S.R.L. Bucegi nr.8, Brasov 500053, Romania image
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Feb 11, 2019

On February 7, Invest Romania informed that Daimler is launching a new production line in Sebes, at its local subsidiary Star Assembly.
The plant production is enhanced with the 8G double clutch gearbox for Mercedes-Benz cars. With over EUR 250 million additional investment for increasing its production capacity, Daimler will generate another 500 new jobs at Star Assembly in Sebes, Romania.

Invest Romania press release

Jan 11, 2019

ZF Friedrichshafen AG announced that it has acquired the automotive division of Romanian engineering service provider BeeSpeed. The incorporation of BeeSpeed Technical Engineering Center S.R.L. as a subsidiary of ZF became legally effective on January 1, 2019. The new ZF subsidiary BeeSpeed Technical Engineering Center S.R.L. employs more than 100 developers at the polytechnic university in Timisoara in western Romania. ZF expects to double that number to over 230 by 2020.  BeeSpeed has been working with the Braking System Business Unit of the Active Safety Division since 2008. With this acquisition, ZF is better positioning itself as a systems supplier, not only in terms of software, system testing, and IT, but also with mechanical systems. This also enables it to further expand its expertise in intelligent mechanical systems. (From a press release on January 11, 2019)

Dec 13, 2018

InvestRomania informed that Sogefi Group has recently decided upon Romania, implementing a new EUR 50 million greenfield project for suspension components as its second production unit in the country, over an 8 year span. State Secretary of Romania stated that the investment will amount EUR 50 million, will create 250 new jobs and will trigger enhanced competition and further development of the local economy. Romania was selected as the implementing location, following a 12 months study conducted by the investor, where assessments have been made for various countries in the pool, including some of our traditional regional peers. (From InvestRomania press release on December 13, 2018)