Published at: 2017-08-10 11:00 | Author: Amelia Turp
Strong consumer confidence is leading to unprecedented growth of demand for logistics space
Romania’s logistics sector is expanding hand in hand with growing consumption and purchasing power of local consumers. Their appetite for new clothes has given fashion retailers an important role to play in the game, with international brands such as H&M, C&A and Zara leading the way. Not only do they all need warehouse space to prepare clothes for distribution on the local market, they also require space for goods produced in Romania that are then shipped to European markets.
In Bucharest, th...

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