Free Zone Galati
Free Zone Galati is located in South-Eastern Romania in the immediate vicinity of Galati, on Danube’s bank, at short distance to the Black Sea and very close to the border with Republic of Moldavia.
The position of the Free Zone facilitates its use as an important depositing, warehousing and transit space between the European and Eastern markets and also as area which can serve a significant number of consumers.
Free Zone Galati is connected to DN-2B – Calea Basarabiei, which links Romania to Eastern Europe.
Also, the perimeter of the Free Zone includes both European railway with standard gauge and Russian railway with broad gauge, ensuring an excellent road communication to the countries located east of the European Union.
Free Zone Galati allows direct access through its maritime-fluvial wharves to the Danube, the river connecting Europe to the Orient, through the Black Sea.
In the immediate nearness of the Free Zone Galati there are several economic objectives of national and international interest:
- - ArcelorMittal Steel Plant, the largest industrial facility in Europe;
- - DAMEN Shipyard, the second largest shipyard in Romania producing sea vessels;
- - Port of Galati, the largest fluvial and maritime port in the country;
- - Strategic position – at the eastern border of the European Union with fast access to the markets of Europe and Orient;
- - Easy access to roads and waterways;
- - Available lands for any kind of investment at competitive prices;
- - Economic and tax facilities that bring benefits to the development of a business;
- - Total openness to any idea and suggestion coming from our clients;
- - High standards in our relationships with clients;