The emerging markets in CE, SE and Eastern Europe include Romania, Poland, Hungary, Turkey, Serbia.

The emerging markets in CE, SE and Eastern Europe include Romania, Poland, Hungary, Turkey, Serbia.
The emerging markets in CE, SE and Eastern Europe include Romania, Poland, Hungary, Turkey, Serbia, Lithuania.

Thursday, 15 January 2015

Electrical Motors and Electrical Switchboards Manufacturing in Romania


The production of electrical motors has a long tradition in Romania. In the last years, the domestic production of electrical motors has been developing and adapting to new needs based on the market dynamics.

According to FRD Center sector analysis, there are over 60 manufacturers of electrical motors, generators and transformers in Romania with a cumulated net turnover of over 200 million EUR in 2012.

Some manufacturers of electrical motors in Romania are presented below:
  • Ana Imep manufactures electric motors for white appliances. The company’s main market is represented by the European Union. Ana Imep has reported a net turnover of approximately 15 million EUR in 2013. The company has over 300 employees.
  • UMEB manufactures electrical motors and generators. The company has clients in the mining, chemical, petrochemical, food, textile, metallurgical, construction materials, wood exploitation, processing sectors. UMEB exports approximately 60% of its motor production to Italy, Germany, Finland, Spain, UK etc. UMEB has recorded a net turnover of over 8 million EUR in 2013, up by 14% compared to the previous year. The firm has a team of approximately 250 employees.
  • Bega Electromotor, part of the Bega Group, manufactures three-phase electric motors, single-phase electric motors, electric motors for lifting equipment, motors for washing machines, special electric motors and pumps. The majority of the company’s production is exported. Bega Electromotor has registered in 2013 the net turnover of 1.2 million EUR. The company has some 60 employees.
There are approximately 130 companies specialised in the manufacturing of electricity distribution and control apparatus in Romania, with a cumulated net turnover of some 420 million EUR in 2012.

Some significant manufacturers of low and medium voltage switchboards in Romania are:
  • Electro Alfa International produces low and medium voltage switchboards, power distribution and metering equipment, control panels, metallic structures etc. Some of its main clients are: ArcelorMittal, Mechel, Lukoil, OMV Petrom, Oltchim, Daewoo-Mangalia Heavy Industries, CEZ, Enel etc. The company has recorded a net turnover of almost 35 million EUR in 2013.
  • Established in 1996, Electro Sistem produces low and medium voltage switchboards, compact transformers, separators, accessories etc. Some of the company’s main clients are: ArcelorMittal, OMV, Romenergo, Eurobusiness Industrial Park in Oradea, Kaufland etc. Electro Sistem has recorded in 2013 a net turnover of almost 25 million EUR, up by 45% compared to the previous year. The company has over 250 employees.
  • Set up in 1970, Electrotel manufactures low and medium voltage switchboards and automation panels. Electrotel has production spaces of 40,000 sqm and aproximately 450 employees. In 2013, the company has exported 82% of its production to countries in Europe, Middle East, Asia, Africa, North America, South America and Australia. Some of its main clients are: Alstom Grid, Schneider, Siemens, OMV, Enel, E-On, Holcim, Air Liquide etc. Electrotel has recorded a net turnover of almost ten million EUR in 2013, a level similar with the one registered in 2012.
For tailored market opportunity assessment and B2B matchmaking with players in the sector in Romania or other markets in CE and Eastern Europe, feel free to contact us at:
email: europa@frdcenter.ro
tel: +4021 411 1459/60/61

FRD Center provides market research in Eastern Europe and the region, B2B matchmaking in the CE Europe and SEE, M&A assistance in Romania, in CEE and SEE, in the Emerging Markets in Europe.


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