Wednesday, 31 January 2018
What are the opportunities on the Romanian residential construction sector?
Romanian residential construction sector continued to increase in 2017. Who are the main players on the Romanian residential construction sector? Who are the most reliable contractors and suppliers? How to reach the specialised importers and distributors of building materials, adhesives, fixtures, paints and finishes?
The volume of construction works in residential buildings in Romania has increased 68.7% in the first 11 months of 2017 compared to the same period of 2016.
The number of building permits for residential buildings increased in 2017 by 7.6% as compared to 2016, reaching 41,603, according to data of the National Institute of Statistics (INS).
The growth was reflected, according to INS, in the following development regions: North-East (+851 building permits), Center (+456), Bucharest-Ilfov (+799), West (+350), South-East (+286), South-West Oltenia (+258) and South-Muntenia (+137). Declines were recorded in the North-West development region (-187 permits).
The Building Materials market in Romania grows supported by the local demand of insulation, mortars, bricks, tiles, fixtures, paints, cement etc. generated by local producers and also imported. More details in the FRD Center blog posting at http://market-entry-romania.blogspot.ro/2017/11/building-materials-market-in-romania.html
FRD Center has been analysing the The Plastic Production Sector in CE and SE Europe and the opportunities presented by the players in this sector in various markets such as Romania, Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania, Slovakia etc.
The report - a DEMO example of what type of analyses FRD Center can produce upon specific demand - is available for download at
More details about the imports development of furniture in CE and SE Europe are available at http://market-entry-romania.blogspot.ro/2017/10/furniture-market-in-ce-and-se-europe.html
Some recent news in the furniture manufacturing sector in the Emerging Markets in Europe in the FRD Center blog posting at: http://market-entry-romania.blogspot.ro/2017/11/frd-center-analysis-of-furniture.html
The Building Materials and Construction Development in Romania has been analysed by FRD Center in previous blog postings such as: http://market-entry-romania.blogspot.ro/2017/01/building-materials-and-construction.html
The Romanian Paints Industry has been estimated at around 200 mEUR in 2016, according to the AIVR (Romanian Association of Paint Industry Association). There are 172 local producers operating on the market, 100% owned by private investors and competing successfully with major international manufacturers represented by importer-distributors and commercial offices.
For more details about the new developments and growth expectations of the Romanian DIY Market go to http://market-entry-romania.blogspot.ro/2017/07/romanian-diy-market-new-developments.html
For more details about the Electric Power Tools Market in Romania go tohttp://market-entry-romania.blogspot.ro/2017/05/electric-power-tools-market-in-romania.html
Are you interested in the opportunities presented by the construction and building materials sector in Romania and other Emerging Markets in Europe? To export to these markets? To acquire a local player? To source for various building materials? To employ a local contractor?
We, at FRD Center, are constantly monitoring various sectors and analysing certain potential opportunities for investors, for exporters and for those looking to source from Romanian manufacturers.
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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 such as Poland, Serbia, Lithuania, Hungary, Czech Republic, Bulgaria or Turkey.