A Romanian company that will soon build a modern production hall in Aiud has been included in the top 1,000 fastest growing European companies.

The manufacturer of ambulances and special vehicles Deltamed from Cluj County, a business controlled by four local entrepreneurs, will open a new production unit in Aiud. Here he leased a plot of land where he will build a modern metal production hall, with an area of ​​approximately 1,500 square meters, following an increase in production capacity with another similar structure, during the next 2 years after installation.

“Yesterday ended the public auction by which the company leased over 13,000 sq m in Aiud. Deltamed wants to build, in a first stage, a modern metal production hall, with an area of ​​approximately 1,500 square meters, arranging the platforms, fencing and connecting to utilities, followed by increasing the production capacity with another similar structure, during the following two years from the installation “, announces Invest in Aiud.

Five young people from Aiud created the Invest in Aiud platform in the first part of 2021 to attract the attention of the investors they hope to find on the LinkedIn business social platform.

Here, they made a presentation of the city, listed 10 reasons to invest in Aiud and gathered more than 10 available lands and halls. The land on which Deltamed will build a new factory is leased from the local authorities.

“Deltamed has a office in Gilău and will open another one in Aiud because there is a high demand for the company’s products. The company has leased 13,000 square meters of land from the state. Only they participated in a first public auction and then the auction was canceled because the law provides for it. In the second, they were the only company to bid again, so the winners came out, according to the law “, says Tiberiu Grecu, one of the founders of Invest in Aiud.

On his profile on the social network LinkedIn, he also appears as a councilor in the city hall.

Aiud is a city of about 25,000 inhabitants in Alba County. Deltamed is listed on the Confidas.ro business analysis platform as being owned by Dan Vasile Gorgan (80%), Daniela Georgeta Gavrilă (10%), Ioan Dan Oşan and Mihai George Oşan, each with 5%.

The company had a turnover of 155 million lei in 2021, minus 26.6%. The business accelerated strongly in 2018 and 2019 for the company with almost 60 employees.

In 2020, the Financial Times included the company in the Top 1,000 of the fastest growing European companies. It’s about the pace of 2019 vs 2018. Deltamed ranks 595th in the top. In 2018, the Capital City Hall also bought 106 ambulances from Deltamed, a contract of 8.7 million euros.

The local press in Cluj said in the summer of 2021 that Deltamed is looking to expand because it has won a contract with the Ministry of Defense and NATO.

“Deltamed is currently the largest manufacturer of ambulances and special intervention vehicles in Eastern Europe, a company with 100% Romanian capital, which has been serving professional rescuers and bold entrepreneurs for over 20 years. Being a car technology company that does everything from scratch, from the concept / design stage to the smallest detail of the actual execution, we have total control over the elements used “, writes on the Deltamed website.

The company has seven production halls, with a combined area of ​​almost 15,000 square meters; has the capacity to manufacture 100% in-house body elements (metal, plastic, wood), by its own means – ABS thermoforming workshop for the creation of interior upholstery, sandwich panel production sector, a wiring laboratory involved in the design and production all low voltage connections, and a carpentry department that designs and makes all the furniture elements.

“We also manufacture superstructures and fiberglass elements, for which we also produce the necessary molds. We have three sales offices, in Bucharest Gilău and Iaşi; three service and maintenance work points, located in Bucharest, Gilău and Bacău; as well as dedicated research & design, quality control and after sales departments ”, according to the same source.

source: mediafax.ro, Invest in Aiud

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