The emerging markets in CE, SE and Eastern Europe include Romania, Poland, Hungary, Turkey, Serbia.

The emerging markets in CE, SE and Eastern Europe include Romania, Poland, Hungary, Turkey, Serbia.
The emerging markets in CE, SE and Eastern Europe include Romania, Poland, Hungary, Turkey, Serbia, Lithuania.

Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Automotive Components Manufacturing in Romania

FRD Center has been constantly monitoring the automotive sector in Romania and the CE Europe. Manufacturing of automotive components is a dynamic sector in Romania, benefitting from ongoing foreign investments, M&A interest from foreign players, an educated and productive labour force and a long tradition of industrial manufacturing, plastics production, metal working and casting.

Romania is an attractive market for the foreign manufacturers of auto components. The domestic market of auto components is dominated by big foreign companies that have manufacturing facilities in Romania, such as: Continental, Michelin, Autoliv, Takata, Schaeffler, Johnson Controls, Pirelli, Delphi, TRW Automotive, Leoni, Draxlmaier, Yazaki, Daimler etc.

Some examples of in-depth profiles of automotive players in Romania can be consulted in the FRD Center report-sample at
http://www.frdcenter.ro/assets/Automotive-Manufacturing-Romania-H1-2015-DEMO-sector-brief.pdf

Tailor-made profiles and details are provided by FRD Center on a demand-basis.

Recent investments in the Romanian Automotive Components Manufacturing sector include:

  • Gestamp, the Spanish group specialized in the design, development and manufacturing of components for the auto industry, is expanding on the Romanian market by acquiring the main stakes of the Romanian factory whose main client is Renault-Nissan through its subsidiary, Dacia.
  • Chinese company, Ningbo HuaXiang Electronic Co Ltd., active in the automotive components manufacturing field, will invest USD30mil in a new production hall in Romania, which will manufacture spare parts and accessories for German Mercedes cars. The investment’s beneficiary is the German-Romanian company Hib Rolem Trim.
  • Japanese car maker, Mitsubishi Motors, is exploring the option of making a green-field investment of around EUR 200 million in an engine plant in Romania, according to government sources
Since 2000, FRD Center offers market research, B2B matchmaking and M&A consulting services to foreign manufacturers, strategic buyers and investment funds interested to enter Romania and the emerging markets in Europe.

For tailor-made sector data, B2B matchmaking with players in the Emerging Markets in Europe, for M&A assistance and target and deal origination feel free to contact the FRD Center team at: email: europa@frdcenter.ro or tel: +4021 411 1459/60/61


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