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New automotive parts manufacturer lands in Pitesti. Turkey’s Opsan makes first investment in Romania

New automotive parts manufacturer lands in Pitesti. Turkey’s Opsan makes first investment in Romania

Opsan (Orijinal Sac Parça San. ve Tic. A.Ş.), Turkish producer of automotive parts, leased 5,000 sqm in CTPark Pitesti, where the company will invest for the first time in Romania, press release informs.

Dunwell, the first and the only Romanian broker specialized exclusively in industrial real estate, has finished the intermediating process of the transaction.

The building will be special constructed for Opsan, following tenant’s strict specifications, and it will be developed at the highest quality and innovation standards of energy efficiency, the release reads.

“This first transaction in the production segment represents New automotive parts manufacturer lands in Pitesti. Turkey’s Opsan makes first investment in Romaniafor Dunwell both the completion of a long process and the confirmation of our capacity of successfully operating on this market and serving our clients with our expertise. The result of cooperation with Opsan and CTP gives us confidence for the next period, for now being focused on the other projects in pipeline”, said Marian Orzu (photo), Managing Partner Dunwell.

Opsan expansion in Romania and the choosing of Pitesti for their first production facility is both a consequence a high level of qualification of the Romanian workforce in general and from the automotive sector in particular, and also because of the local infrastructure.

“Opsan selection of CTPark Pitesti for their first investment developed in Romania represents for us a confirmation that CTP successfully fulfils its role to offer the best solutions for its clients. The building developed for Opsan includes production spaces adapted to their needs, as well as offices, so our new tenant employees benefit of the best working conditions.”, said Iulia Busca, Business Development Manager at CTP Romania.

 

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