To reinforce its already strong commitment to responsible practices, Romanel has achieved FSC ® Certification during the first quarter of this year, for both whitewood and beechwood production. According to Hassan F. Sinno, Director at Romanel, “our recent accreditation is an important addition to our commitment to the proper use of the forest and to the environment. It also allows us to give a boost to the growing population of customers who care about the sustainability of the source of their product. Environmentally suitable forest management ensures that the proper harvest of logs maintains the forest's biodiversity, productivity and ecological processes. We are honored to receive this certification which recognizes of continued commitment to sustainable management practices”.

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Company

Romanel International Group S.A. is the second largest producer of whitewood in Romania. It is an integrated wood products company that manufactures and sells timber, chips, sawdust, wood pulp and firewood.

Its state-of-the-art production, sorting and drying lines allow it to sell annually about 250,000 cubic meters of whitewood. Romanel is also an invested hardwood producers, with an annual output capacity of about 36,000 cubic meters of beech wood and European oak, making it the largest producer of beech wood in Romania, The group produces one of the highest qualities of beech plywood in Romania as well. With its own port operations located in Braila, Romanel is a partner with whom all is taken care of until the goods are loaded on the vessel.

Contacts

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Mr. Hassan Sinno
Owner
Languages spoken
English (United Kingdom) , Français , Deutsch , Italiano , Românã
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Mr. Ciprian Mititelu
CEO
Languages spoken
Românã , English (United Kingdom)
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Mrs. Antonela Dobos
Employee
Languages spoken
Românã

Company information

Main activity: Softwood sawmills
VAT number (if any): RO 5603959
Turnover: 10 000 000-50 000 000 USD (US Dollar)
Employees: 1-5
Creation Date: 1995
Member since: 06/08/2004