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The manufacturing site Romania

Romania has established itself as a production location for many industries through high productivity and particularly favorable labor costs. Especially in power plant construction and petrochemical plant construction there are many efficient suppliers in Romania. In addition, there are also plants for the automotive or storage industry, which subsequently many small suppliers to the steel components, weldments or services like Flame cutting or Galvanizing offer, have arisen.


Geographical location

Romania is part of the European Union and supplies or services from Romania are therefore not subject to import duties. Many industrial companies are located in the Hungarian border area and from Austria we can still be reached by car. The airports in Bucharest and Sibiu are regularly served from Germany and Austria.

Low labor costs

Romania has the lowest labor cost in the EU after Bulgaria. According to Statistics According to Eurostat, direct labor costs in Romanian industry are only about 17% of the costs in Germany.

linguistic proficiency

As good as any export-oriented Romanian steel construction company can handle orders in English and manufacture according to German-language documents. Especially in the former Transylvania one finds occasionally also German-speaking coworkers.