ACAROM elects new management team
ACAROM held its annual general meeting today, in Timisoara, and has elected its new board of directors for the next three years.
The new ACAROM Board of Directors aims to develop the dialogue between the members of the association and the authorities, but also to continue to promote and support the automotive industry in Romania.
“We must work together and be prepared for the current and future transformations of the automotive sector. Only through a constant, open and efficient collaboration can we ensure that the automotive industry in Romania will have the success we want. In this way, we welcome the collaboration we have with the representatives of the national authorities and we want to expand it so that we have a predictable, balanced, sustainable development environment, said Mihai Bordeanu, President of ACAROM.
The new ACAROM Board of Directors validated today:
Mihai Bordeanu – DACIA General Manager – ACAROM President
Mujdat Tiryaki – President Ford Otosan – Vice President ACAROM
Silviu Badea – General Director of GIC Pitesti – Vice-President of ACAROM
Mihai Boldijar – General Manager of BOSCH
Adrian Sandu – General Secretary of ACAROM
Dumitru Chirlesan – Rector of Pitesti University
Andreea Maria Radu – Director of Government Affairs FORD Romania Services
Andrada Oana Verdes – General Manager LEONI
Nicolae Movileanu – General Manager DELTAINVEST
Cristian Nevzoreanu – Director of Communications and Public Affairs Renault Group Romania
Alin Ioanes – ROMBAT General Manager
ACAROM is the nationally representative association of the automotive industry in Romania. Among the 170 member companies are the two local car manufacturers, Dacia and Ford Otosan Romania, the local branches of some of the most important international companies that produce car assemblies or components, suppliers with Romanian capital, local car service providers, entities of research and development, technical universities. The member companies of ACAROM generate a turnover of over 16 billion Euros and offer over 117,000 jobs. 20 percent of Romania’s total export is produced by the companies that ACAROM represents.