On the first day of Europort Romania, Ms. Stella Ronner Grubacic, Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Romania, and Mr. Raymond Siliakus, Exhibition Manager Europort, paid a visit to the Alewijnse Marine stand. There they met Mr. Pieter Smit, Director of Alewijnse Marine in Galatz, Romania, and discussed the success that Alewijnse has had in the country.
A long history in Romania
It is over a decade since Alewijnse first established a foothold in Romania. Since then, due to a good economic climate, a large pool of flexible, highly-skilled people and lots of opportunities, the Alewijnse hub in Romania has evolved into a substantial company. Today, Alewijnse Marine Galati it is the largest subsidiary of Dutch system integrator Alewijnse Marine. “There has always been a good connection between the Netherlands and Romania” says Pieter Smit. “This could be the reason why the Ambassador showed interest in our stand and demonstrated a good understanding of our company and its achievements.”
Maritime networking event
At Europort Romania, the leading maritime networking event in Constanta, electrical system integrator Alewijnse Marine is showcasing the breadth and depth of its capabilities at stand number F01 in the IDU Hall. The event is taking place from 15 to 17 March 2018, and its focus covers areas including marine equipment, electronics, automation, communications, hydraulics, deck and safety equipment, auxiliary systems and maritime services, making it a perfect fit with Alewijnse’s range of products and solutions.
Discussing future goals
At the show in Constanta, visitors are welcome to join the Alewijnse team on the stand to discuss their goals for the future and the contribution that Alewijnse can make to help ensure that these are achieved. Members of the team will be available throughout the show to discuss the latest technologies and recent deliveries, and the company’s future plans in Romania and the Black Sea area. They will also be happy to answer specific electrical system questions and discuss requirements ranging from system integration to automation and local content issues.