Automobile Dacia sees business growing to EUR 4.24 bln in 2014

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Automobile Dacia’s turnover grew from EUR 4.16 billion EUR in 2013 to EUR 4.24 billion last year, strengthening its position as the largest company in Romania, said Dacia president Nicolas Maure, according to Mediafax.

“Dacia produced 339,000 cars in 2014. We work at almost full capacity at Mioveni, which is very good. Mioveni is still an important plant for Dacia brand’s output. The increase in turnover registered last year comes both from the advance of components’ sale, and from the sale of more expensive cars, such as Duster, although the production slightly fell,” said Maure at an event organized in partnership with Dacia, Porsche Leasing and Garanti Leasing.

He underscored that Dacia exports 92 percent of the output at Mioveni and 1.6 million cubic meters of components.

“Since 2004 we sold to 3.3 million customers in 44 countries. Dacia represents 2.8 percent of Romania’s GDP and 7.3 percent of the exports. In 2014 we sold over 29.600 cars in Romania, we have a market share of over 31 percent,” added Maure.

Automobile Dacia became in 2013 the largest company in Romania after the reported turnover of RON 18.4 billion (EUR 4.1 billion), surpassing OMV Petrom.


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