“Based on the agreement we signed with Romgaz today, we will be able to provide the long-term competitive energy needed to support this fascinating low-carbon steel production project in Galati. I have no doubt that this project will be a great success and will put Galati on the map not only in Europe, but worldwide as a sustainable, low-carbon steel production unit for a new era built for future generations,” said Sanjeev Gupta, Executive Chairman of GFG Alliance, the parent company of Liberty Steel. Prime Minister Ludovic Orban attended the signing ceremony of the memorandum of cooperation between Liberty Galati and Romgaz. . Galaţi County (Romanian: [ɡaˈlat͡sj] (listen)) is a county (Judeţţ) in Romania. The county is located at a low level, between the Prut River to the east, the Siret River to the west and southwest. The two flow into the Danube, which forms the border with Tulcea County to the southeast. This file contains additional information, such as Exif metadata, that may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software that created or scanned it. If the file has been changed from its original state, some details, such as the timestamp, may not fully reflect those of the original file. The timestamp is as accurate as the camera clock, and it can be completely wrong. Given the facilities offered by the Galati Free Zone, you will have the option to simply use the Free Trade Zone regime and cross or market your goods within the perimeter of the Free Trade Zone.

The goods transited must remain within the radius of the free zone for less than 24 hours, otherwise, if you replace this term, you can pay the rent for the space actually occupied by the goods. The only obligation towards the Galati Free Zone in case of transit of goods is to pay for work licenses and access permits. For more information on the procedure for shipping the goods, please contact us. Due to the relief, the majority of the population in rural areas works in agriculture. Fishing is another profitable activity along the Danube and the Siret River. Galați is the second port in Romania after Constanța, the navigable canal on the Danube that allows large ships to pass. Galați is home to the largest metallurgical complex in Romania – the Mittal-Sidex complex. The second largest shipyard is also located in Galați, where ships up to 55,000 tdw can be built. In partnership with state-controlled Romgaz, financed by state-owned Eximbank, Liberty Galati will develop a gas-fired power plant that will then be upgraded for the use of hydrogen.

The company will also invest in renewable energy units (wind farms and photovoltaic parks). . The lease of the land in the free zone is done at public auction. Through the lease, one party – the owner – assigns and the other party – the tenant – takes charge in the rental of a plot of land or other property, for a maximum period of 5 years, in exchange for a rental price. Rental conditions: the minimum rental period is 1 month and the maximum rental period is 5 years, with the possibility of extension; Click a date/time to view the file as it was displayed at that time. If this is not legally possible: Iulian.crintea grants everyone the right to use this work for any purpose without conditions, unless such conditions are required by law. In 2011, it had 536,167 inhabitants and a population density of 120/km2. The investment plan aims to make the company carbon neutral within five years… Romanian Economy and Energy Minister Virgil Popescu on Wednesday (June 10th) announced a €1.2 billion investment plan at the Galati steel plant, which has been controlled by Britain`s Liberty Steel Group since last year, Adevarul reported. Galaţi County is also an important transportation hub. In July 2010, the Siret River threatened to break through the dikes that protected the city of Șendreni when residents and emergency services reinforced the dikes with sandbags filled with earth to prevent the river from erupting and flooding the city. [2].

Historically, Galați belongs to Moldova. In 1858, he was depicted by Alexandru Ioan Cuza on the ad hoc divan of Iași after the Crimean War. Before 1938, present-day Eastern Galați was the separate county of Covurlui (Județul Covurlui). From 1938 to 1945, Galați was part of the Ținutul Dunării (De Dunării Circle). Original file (1,024 ×,768 pixels, file size: 357 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) – land and building concession; – the leasing of land and buildings; – Use of the free zone regime. . . .

The investment plan also includes increasing Liberty Galati`s annual production capacity from the current 2 million tons of steel to 4 million tons, Ziarul Financiar reported daily. .