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The Renault Romania group will inaugurate the new headquarters in Bucharest on 28th June


The Renault Romania group will inaugurate on 2th June its new headquarters in Bucharest, in the presence of Viorica Dancila as well as Thierry Bollore, CEO of the Renault Group, stated on Wednesday for News.ro Christophe Dridi, general manager of Automobile Dacia and of Groupe Renault Romania, while mentioning that all 3,200 employees in the capital city will work in the same place.

‘We have a new headquarters, which is at the metro station Preciziei. It will be inaugurated next week, on 28th June with the participation of the premier as well as with the presence of Thierry Bollore who is the CEO of the Renault Group at global level. It is important for us as the employees of Bucharest of the Renault group Romania are working in five different places but they will work together in the same place. It is about 3,200 employees, who will work together to be more efficient’ stated on Wednesday for News.ro Christophe Dridi, general manager of the Renault Groupe Romania.

It is about a building rented from the real estate developer Globalworth, the biggest owner of offices in Romania. This has an amphitheatre and a gym.

‘We can’t speak about investment. Our partner is Globalworth, we have rented from them. The factory will stay in Mioveni’ Dridi said.

The Renault Group Romania has 18,300 employees at present.

Christophe Dridi is the general manager of the Automobile Dacia and the Renault Groupe Romania starting with 1 January 2019.

He took part on last Wednesday at the Economic Forum ‘ Stories that change the game’ organized by the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania (CCIFER) and the Romanian committee of the Counsellors of Foreign Commerce of France (CCEF) which reunited in Bucharest, 46 Romanian and French leaders in the economic key-domains.

The Association of the Constructors of Automobiles in Romania (ACAROM) announced in January that the factory Dacia from Mioveni registered last year a growth of the production of 6.8% up to 335,262 vehicles.

In 2018, the most produced model was Duster 313,883 units, SUV was followed by Sandero (42,146 units) Logan (33,841 units) and Logan MCV (22,354 units).