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March 29, 2023

Ana Dumitrache returns to CTP Romania as Country Head

CTP, the leading premium industrial parks developer and manager in Romania and Central and Eastern Europe, enters 2019 with the announcement of Mrs. Ana Dumitrache’s happy return to the company as Country Head of CTP Romania.

Starting from January, Mrs. Dumitrache renews her contribution to the company’s activity in Romania, having as her main purpose the further growth of CTP’s local portfolio aiming to reach approximately 1,5 million m² by 2020, and the accelerated development of CTPark Bucharest West. This project is designed to become the largest logistics park in Eastern Europe, and to transform Romania into the largest industrial and logistics hub in the region.

“Myself, the CTP team, and our partners are excited to have Ana back on board with us, at a crucial moment for CTP after the restructuring process was successfully completed. She has been supporting CTP from the beginning of our operations in Romania in her position as a banker with Erste Bank’s local subsidiary. When previously with CTP, she contributed to the company’s portfolio growth, acquiring new clients and coordinating all finance activity. Ana returns now to run CTP Romania, as both the company and the country sees expansion in the local real-estate market. Her leadership, drive and extensive market knowledge will help boost CTP’s performances in Romania and I am convinced that together we are going to set new records on the market”, stated Mr. Remon Vos, CEO of CTP.

During her first mandate at CTP, the company had excellent results: in 2017, the company’s national portfolio grew with 73% and the vacancy rate of the spaces ready to be leased was less than 3%.

“I enjoyed my previous work within CTP and I am anxious and happy to be back especially at such a unique moment for its Romanian development, as CTP has just hit an important milestone. After a mandate in the world’s largest real-estate consultancy firm in the world, which I took as an extraordinary opportunity to get a 360 degree view of the real estate industry, both locally and internationally, I come back to CTP better equipped and with big plans and objectives”, said Mrs. Dumitrache, Country Head of CTP Romania.

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