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26% of the companies have a smart metering system for the main equipments, up from 14% last year

According to the second edition of the survey on ”Energy efficiency in the Romanian companies”, carried out by EnergyPal with the support of Valoria, in Romania, in 2019, 64% of companies have not implemented a smart metering system for the main equipment, down from 69% last year.

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Broadhurst to close Electroaparataj electrical equipment factory in Bucharest

The Board of Directors of Electroaparataj convened the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders for June 10, with a vote on the company's liquidation.

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German investor Mennekes to open EUR 10 million factory within Miroslava Industrial Parc, near Iasi

A German manufacturer of electrical equipment that supplies cable charging for Tesla will invest over 10 million euros in a factory near Iasi.

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An investment of 17 million euros in a factory in Braila, opened on the site of a former shopping center

A company in China has opened a lighting factory in Braila, following an investment of 17 million euros. Glorious Lighting plans to invest EUR 15 million over the next 5 years and to reach 800 employees.

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The real estate market had a very active first quarter in 2019 in Romania

The office space segment was the star of first quarter of the year, with about 110,000 square meters traded, according to a recent analysis of the real estate market activity in the first quarter of the year, on the segments of office space, retail space and industrial and logistics space, conducted by CBRE.

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Interview with Claudiu Bisnel, Partner Brisk Group

„In an industry where the present is still fighting with the past, we chose a completely different side. We chose the future.” This is the business card of Brisk Group, a company specializing in consulting services in the construction industry with offices in London, Bucharest and Chișinău, working and developing thinking about the FUTURE of consultancy in the construction industry.

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Interview with Attila Gorbai, General Manager of Tenrom

Tenrom company has been the exclusive importer of TENNANT equipment for the Romanian market for almost ten years. Cleaning industry professionals and industrial and logistics operators are well aware of what this means. The focus on equipment quality service, the flexible market approach and Tenrom's professionalism recommend the business without any introduction.

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Tenants

Date Business Center Tenant m2 Agency
2018 Q4 CTPark Bucharest West DB Schenker 21000
2018 Q4 CTPark Cluj II Ursus Breweries 9000
2018 Q1 First Property Tureni Teconnex 2800
2017 Q4 HALA INDUSTRIALA si BIROURI Galati 0 4500 SC FIGRAN SRL

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You Should Know Before Selecting a Warehouse

How can i add an agent to the warehouse?

You need to log in to the user admin platform, click on „Contacts” menu on the left side after select „Add new contact”.

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What is the „favourite warehouse” function?

The favourite warehouses are the ones which are marked by the user as favourite warehouses on the datasheet. These ones are saved in a separated list. You can always view your favourite warehouses on your useadmin platform and use all the provided functions, such as asking for offer from them in the same time.

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LEED for industrial buildings

Historically, the perception has been that only build-to-suit office projects were eligible for LEED certification because industrial projects, many of which are speculative, were unable to fit into the narrow certification criteria. However, with USGBC’s multitiered approach to evaluation, industrial developers now have a valuable tool kit for obtaining this sought-after status. The LEED program has four distinct certification levels based on a 69-point rating system. The system evaluates sustainable sites, water efficiency, energy and atmosphere, materials and resources, indoor environmental quality, and LEED innovation credits. The certification levels for LEED construction include LEED Certified (26-32 points), LEED Certified Silver (33-38 points), LEED Certified Gold (39-51 points), and LEED Certified Platinum (52-69 points). The rating system is significant to industrial developers because its emphasis on mechanical systems -- such as heating, ventilating, and air conditioning -- typically is confined to large indoor environments with a higher density of employees. While industrial developers initially dismissed the option of earning certification points, attaining a LEED-Certified or LEED-Certified Silver designation for a spec industrial building is possible through the introduction of other sustainable building features and construction methods. Employing these classifications as a template for constructing a green industrial facility allows for an a la carte approach to development, based on managing the design and construction process with the ultimate goal of achieving a specific certification level. As with any development project, experience and planning are paramount to this strategy’s proper implementation, as installing individual sustainable features in a cost-effective and efficient manner requires an understanding of the different product types. For example, waterless urinals typically are not installed in spec construction, and on-site water retention often requires a higher level of advanced planning to accommodate for unique site conditions. As a result, pursing LEED certification begins even before project plans are drawn. Green Industrial Features As various green projects come on line, a new generation of industrial buildings is being constructed. Standard landscaping elements such as grass berms now are giving way to sustainable features such as bioswales, which are drainage systems that retain water onsite. French drains, which reduce water discharged into sewer systems also are a new sustainable feature for buildings. Meanwhile, interior elements such as • clerestory glass, which provides ambient lighting and requires less energy; • daylighting, which uses strategically placed windows and skylights to provide natural light; • recycled carpet; • non-volatile organic chemical-emitting paints and finishes; and • energy efficient mechanical systems can reduce operational expenses and help earn valuable points for LEED certification.

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