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March 29, 2023

Renault opens spare part centre at Oarja

Renault Group yesterday opened its largest car part centre based outside of France at Oarja. The new centre will distribute spare parts and accessories for the Dacia, Renault and Nissan brands in Romania, Agerpres informs. Situated at km number 102 on the Bucharest-Pitesti motorway, close to the Dacia plant and to the industrial suppliers’ area, the centre stands on a total of 65,000 sq m, being the fourth largest in the Renault world network made up of 29 such facilities. The spare part warehouse manages 70,000 car parts for the Dacia, Renault and Nissan brands, from 369 different suppliers – 206 from Romania and 163 for abroad – and delivers to a total of 110 clients in Romania and to clients based in 33 other countries. Nearly 40 per cent of the centre’s activity consists of export, with main destinations being France, Russia and Turkey, and most important parts being oil filters and rims. Renault Group Post-Sale Services Division Director General Jacques Daniel says the availability rate for car parts for the three automotive brands at the Oarja spare part centre is 95 per cent. The new centre was developed during a year, after Renault Group’s 2008 strategic decision to expand its warehousing capacity in Romania.

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