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January 28, 2022

Over 50 companies establish Romanian Exporters’ Association

Over 50 companies established the Romanian Exporters’ Association (AREX), which supports and represents the interests of Romanian companies conducting international trade transactions, according to a release of the newly established Association.
The AREX establishment project was initiated at the end of last year and was supported in a first stage by over 50 companies which chose to be founding members: AAGES, Adrem Invest, Alro Slatina, Asam, Astra Vagoane Calatori, Atero, Axeon Airfresh, Betak, Cesiro, Chircu Prod-Impex Company, Comes, Cupamarcu Prodcom, Delta Invest, Donalam, Elmas, General Turbo, GIC Nosag Metal, Girexim Universal, Global Art Production, Grup Servicii Petroliere, I.M.S. Werkyeugbau, ICME ECAB, IMATEX, Institutul de Proiectari Energetice, Laprom Trading, M G TEC Grup, Mandra, Metrom Trading, Minitehnicus, Mopan, Moviplast, Polimed Com, Popeci Utilaj Greu, Pricewaterhousecoopers Tax Advisor&Accountants, Procera Agrochemicals Romania, Ramoss Com, Retrasib, Rofelix Univers, Rom Paper, Rombat, Romcab, Romelectro, Ronera Rubber, Rowo, Sinteza, Sofiaman Impex, Taparo, Tehno World, Totalgaz Industrie, Upetrom 1 Mai, Utilnavorep, Uzinsider Techno, Valnex, Vanelli. Until the new management is elected, the founding members decided the first AREX Board to have the following structure: Chairman – Traian Halalai, EximBank president, Vice Chairman – Gabriel Comanescu, Grup Servicii Petroliere president, Vice Chairman – Marian Nastase, Alro Chairman of the Board.

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