Italian group De’Longhi to open new plant in Romania
Italian group De’Longhi, which specializes in manufacturing coffee machines and other home electronics, has bought a 25,000-sqm industrial platform in Madaras, Bihor county, in Western Romania, where it will open a new factory.
“The transaction is aimed at supporting the organic growth pursued by the group for the main markets, in accordance with the strategy of reducing the production time and delivery of the company’s products, while maintaining the same high level of quality and production control,” the group said in a press release, Romania Insider reads.
The company will employ over 500 people in the new location. De’Longhi also has a factory in Romania, in Jucu, near Cluj-Napoca, on the site of the former Nokia factory.