The figures have never looked better for the Romanian economy and this fact has also positive implications on the industrial sector, with new factories opening and demand growing for quality warehouses.
Optim PM has a strong experience in this area, where the company has coordinated 12 industrial and logistic projects, totaling approx. 400,000 sq. m.
“We work closely with the industrial developers and factory owners to help them finalize state of the art industrial spaces”, says Mihaela Allardin, Business Development Manager within Optim PM, adding: “There is a big pressure on the deadlines in this sector, as clients wish to finalize construction as fast as possible in order to be competitive, but we succeed every time to smoothly coordinate the construction process, without leaving apart the quality indicator.”
Some of the biggest assignments in the industrial sector for Optim include ETI factory near Craiova, Arctic new factory near Targoviste and Yildiz Entegre’s new factory in Arges. ETI started in 2014 the development of 21,500 sqm production unit – and in May 2017 inaugurated the second phase of the factory, a warehouse of 4,176 sqm.
The new factory of Artic that is to be completed by the end of 2017 on a plot of land of approx. 72 ha will be one of the biggest home appliances hub in South-East of Europe. You can read more about the services that Optim PM will deliver for this client here.
Yildiz is building a new MDF factory in Arges, the first phase of this project (99,000 sqm consisting of several buildings and technological structures, with distinct functions) going to be completed by year-end. Click here – to find out more info about the integrated services Optim PM offers for Yildiz Entegre.
Commenting on innovation and latest trends in this sector, Dan Popa, Operational Manager within Optim PM said:
“Industrial investors innovate especially in what regards building efficiency and renewable energy. They also pay attention to green assessment and certificate their buildings both for corporate image reasons and reduced running costs.
30 May 2017