14 may 2018
The Turkish automotive parts manufacturer Opsan will open its first factory in Romania, BalkanEngineer.com learned from Romania-Insider.com. The industrial facility under this project will be built in the city of Pitesti on an area of 5 000 m2.
With more than 50 years of experience in automotive industry, Opsan now provides high quality products to its global customer base. The company produces a wide range of steel and aluminum items that meet the requirements of safety, durability, performance and modern car style, using state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment for die forging, welding and assembly.
New factory will be constructed on a base of Opsan specifications and will include production areas and offices. The deal was made trough the Dunwell Industrial Brokerage intermediation.
Source of images: Opsan
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