Renault suppliers interested in investing in Campulung industrial park

Several auto components suppliers for Renault and Automobile Dacia intend to invest in the Industrial Park in Campulung (south), located on the site of the former off-roader factory ARO, Business Standard daily writes.
"We are negotiating with six providers of subassemblies, out of which three for Automobile Dacia and Renault, which are not present in Romania. One of them is interested in the pressing section", said Sergiu Filip, general manager of Landmark Management, the company that took over the ARO factory.
Filip said the investors might take over some 60,000 sqm out of a total of some 170,000 sqm of  built area.
The deputy CEO of Automobile Dacia, Constantin Stroe, confirmed some Dacia-Renault suppliers are negotiating their coming to Campulung. "The Dacia-Renault suppliers are already negotiating with the representatives of the Campulung Industrial Park to come there. It is too soon to make public their names because the negotiations are underway", added the deputy CEO of Automobile Dacia.

At the start of this year, Automobile Dacia announced it might transfer part of its logistics activity to the ARO platform where the main local carmaker intended to invest at leat 17 million euro in a centre stretched on 85,000 sqm. Several delegations of Dacia-Renault negotiated the conditions of the investment in the new logistic complex, which was to be a greenfield investment. The negotiations were not finalized, reads the cited daily.
Landmark Management bought last year several assets of Aro Câmpulung for 16.5 million euro, such as a plot of land of over 460,000 sqm and buildings with a built area of 167,000 sqm, a car park of 10,000 sqm, technologic installations, pieces of equipment and manufacturing licenses for ARO vehicles.
Recently, the French producer of car parts and subassemblies Nobel Plastiques, supplier for Automobile Dacia, rented a production facility of 16,000 sqm on the ARO platform.
The Romanian car-making industry posted 2007 turnover of 7.2 billion euro, up 28.5% versus 5.6 billion euro in 2006. The increase in the turnover was triggered by the finalization in the past two years of some foreign investments of over 1.6 billion euro and the commissioning of the production capacities that are mainly bound for exports.

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