Romanian cosmetics producer ‘Farmec’ has become Supplier of the Royal House of Romania. The patent was handed over to General Director Mircea Turdean by Her Royal Highness Crown Princess, Margareta of Romania during a ceremony at the Elisabeta Palace, a press release informs.
Getting this ‘Supplier of the Royal House’ statute was preceded by the visit of HRH Crown Princess Margareta of Romania, together with the Her Imperial and Royal Highness Archduchess Maria Magdalena of Austria, the factory in Cluj-Napoca.
Farmec SA Cluj-Napoca, the greatest Romanian manufacturer of cosmetics, holds worldwidely recognized brands, including Gerovital H3 Evolution, Gerovital H3 prof. dr. Ana Aslan, Gerovital Plant, Aslavital and Farmec. The company’s products are distributed in over 30 countries, and the main markests are in: Japan, Hungary, Poland, Republic of Moldova, Iraq, Kuwait, Greece, and Canada. In the last two years, the export strategy focused on the reinforcement of the distribution in the neighboring countries.
Also, Gealan, a player on the market of PVC profiles for windows and doors, receives in its turn the title of Official Supplier of the Royal House of Romania. The title was awarded to Aurel Vlaicu, COO Gealan Romania, by HRH Princess Margareta.
The collaboration between the Royal House of Romania and Gealan began in 2014 when the company became a partner of His Royal Majesty King Mihai House, by providing windows and doors for the renovation of two buildings located on Royal Domain from S?vâr?in, forerunner statue to obtain the title of Official Supplier.
Official Supplier statute gives companies the right to use the Royal insignia and the words “Supplier of the Royal House of Romania”, being a symbol of the fact that the products are used and appreciated by the Royal House of Romania.