- Companies from Poland, Czech Republic, Serbia, from Western Europe or Asia seek for Romanian investing opportunities;
- Railway and port accessibility make Romania a great destination for Asian companies;
- Main Industrial and Logistics trends were presented/featured at Transport Logistic 2019, in Munich;
Companies from Poland, Czech Republic, Serbia, Western Europe or Asia are considering Romania more and more when deciding to extend their activity in the South-East Europe. They seek for cities with great highway connections or with good access to the sea, as Dunwell data show, after their being part of a Romanian delegation at Transport Logistic 2019, the most important Industrial and Logistics event in Europe, held in Munich (Germany) at the beginning of June.
The development of the infrastructure, foreign capital absorption, highly qualified personnel, expanding opportunities, all have led to more foreign investors coming to Romania and develop the industrial and logistics sector and Romania’s presence at the fair confirms, once again, the high interest it raises.
“We had meetings with several companies specialized in the Industrial and Logistics sector and we have observed a high interest for future development in Romania. Compared to the last edition, which took place two years ago, the discussions were more focused and with higher interest for key areas in our country. Companies from Poland, Czech Republic, Serbia, Western Europe or Asia are analyzing the investment opportunities in Romania and we expect new investors to enter the Romanian market in the future”, stated Marian Orzu, managing partner Dunwell.
Railway and port accessibility make Romania a great destination for Asian companies which are looking for a better European presence, and our country has a very good connection with the West, Dunwell specialists reveal.
“We had meetings with several Asian companies – from India to big business centers such as Hong-Kong or Shanghai – all of them interested in investing in Romania, due to its great connection to railway and sea transportation means. Constanta could become an important business hub for such investors in the coming years, mainly from Asian companies who aim for a more significant presence in Europe”, said Daniel Cautis, managing partner Dunwell.
The Transport Logistic event, which took place in Munich (Germany) between 4-7 June 2019, enrolled more than 2,300 exhibitors from 62 countries around the globe and reached more than 64,000 visitors, is the biggest event dedicated to Industrial, Logistics and Mobility sectors in Europe.
The main theme of this year’s event was the mobility and the dynamic that have influenced the Industrial sector, Internet of Things, 5G, software applications and the processes automatization, being the most important trends for the market currently and in the coming years.
The latest solutions for transportation and warehousing were also introduced at the Transport Logistic fair by the biggest companies around the globe, solutions that reduce time, costs, also new technologies that grow the sustainability of the buildings or applications that come in handy both for tenants and industrial/logistics project owners.
Romania was represented by several companies specialized in the Real-Estate sector, such as Dunwell Industrial Brokerage, Euroccoper, Port Bazinul Nou SA (Galati), Constantza Port, Speed and Trust, TTS – Transport Trade Services or WDP Romania. Romania’s stand was in partnership with AHK Romania, the Romanian – German Commerce Chamber.