Bucharest,14th of December 2012, ANEIR Gala | SIVECO Romania

Bucharest,14th of December 2012, ANEIR Gala

Friday, December 14, 2012

Friday, 14th of December 2012, the most powerful companies have been awarded by the National Exporters and Importers Association in Romania (ANEIR) and the National Bank of Romania within the National Exporters and Importers Association in Romania (ANEIR) Gala.

SIVECO Romania has received the Grand Trophy and the Merit Diploma for exporting IT solutions of eLearning, eHealth and eCustoms in 26 countries.

"Since 2008, we have started developing large scale projects on the international markets, and currently 30% of our turnover comes from exporting to 26 countries, where we replicate the expertise gained in national large scale projects. We have successful projects in countries of the Gulf region, where we have also opened a subsidiary, in Dubai, where we are exporting eLearning solutions. We have also launched ambitious projects in Central Asia and the Caspian region, in countries from the Community of Independent States (CIS), in countries from North Africa, as well as for the organizations belonging to the European Commission’s structure. Everywhere we are providing innovative technologies, quality products and exporting Romanian know-how. We hope that in the following two years we will reach in 50 countries with our solutions", has stated Florian Ciolacu, Vice-president International Sales, SIVECO Romania.

The awards for the most active companies in the export field have been granted by Nicolae Văcăroiu – President of the Court of Accounts, Florin Georgescu – Vice- Prime-Minister, Minister of Public Finances, Mugur Isărescu – Governor of the National Bank of Romania, Adrian Vasilescu – councilor of the NBR Governor, and Mihai Ionescu – General Secretary of ANEIR, Co-President of the Romania’s Export Council.

Within the event have been awarded the companies that have had positive results in exports of oil products, medicine, glassware, plywood and cement and plaster decorative materials, electric equipment, automotive components, cereals, tobacco, non-ferrous products, as well as the banks that supported the exporters’ efforts.