Unilever making Romanian investment

Unilever is reported to have taken a 30,000 sqm lease in Ploiesti West Park, according to FoodBizDaily. The facility will be used to cover the company’s distribution requirements for Ploiesti and Bucharest, with the 220 ha park located on what’s planned to be the motorway linking the Romanian and Hungarian capitals. Regular readers will remember that Unilever recently announced it would be closing up shop in the Czech Republic. There have been rumors that the company would not be vacating its offices on Thamova Street in Prague in a building recently sold to private Slovak investors.


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