The majority of the products in these categories available in Romania are imported and the market demand registers interesting dynamics.
Gretsch-Unitas is one of the leading suppliers of window and door technology, automatic entrance systems and building management systems. According to representatives of G-U Romania, the domestic sales of window and door fittings grew 6% last year. Clearly the Romanian buyers are increasingly interested in higher quality products.
Roto is a worldwide leading provider of hardware technology for windows and doors as well as a major supplier for roof, windows and loft ladders. According to representatives of Roto Romania, compared with the previous year, the domestic demand for hardware systems on the Romanian market had a significant increase in 2017, thus exceeding the initial estimations of the turnover. This was 16.95 mEUR.
Simonswerk is a leading manufacturer of hinge systems and innovative solutions for heavy-duty, residential and entrance doors. According to local representatives of the Romanian branch, in the first six months of 2018, they succeeded a 20% growth of the Simonswerk business segment sales.
TS Locks Distribution is a Romanian importer-distributor of window and door hardware systems, automation, ferry and accessories. Their turnover reached 3.6 mEUR in the hardware segment in 2017, while an increase of around 10% is expected for 2018.
Source: Agenda Constructiilor, Fereastra, the companies
The volume of construction works in residential buildings in Romania has increased almost 70% in 2017 compared to 2016. The growth is expected to continue in 2018 and 2019.
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