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Expansion of Nolato in Romania - Moving to a brand-new plant

  • Nolato
Europe, Eastern Europe, Hungary, Chemicals, Industrial, IM - Injection Moulding

Nolato’s production unit in Romania is continuing to expand and has moved into a new facility not far from the old one, close to the city of Ploiești, some 80km north of Bucharest. The facility is well equipped, with an overhead crane, sprinkler system, and designated staff areas. It also has a smaller carbon footprint than the previous site, as it is so well insulated that it does not require gas heating.

“The new facility opens up far more possibilities because it’s a modern environment and everything is under the same roof,” says Site Manager George Coman. “The total space of just over 4,000 square meters for production and warehousing gives us the capacity for additional customer projects in the form of more injection molding machines.” 

“Even its geographical location is an improvement, as we have better connections with the major roads,” explains George Coman. “And soon, there’ll be a new freeway nearby, which will provide us with faster transportation to western Romania.”

Nolato in Romania is a satellite company of Nolato Hungary; they share the same company management and have joint sales, design, and logistics departments. The site has a workforce of some 50 people. Although the unit in Romania is still quite small compared with Nolato Hungary, with its almost 800 employees, it plays a key role in Nolato’s end-to-end customer offering.

“A general trend we’re seeing in the market is that customers are demanding shorter and less vulnerable supply chains,” notes Anders Björklund, President of Industrial Solutions. “We’re seeing extremely strong demand in the Eastern Europe and Romania region, and our customers there are highly satisfied with what our team in Romania is delivering.”

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  • Modified 07 Feb 2024
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