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8 April 2019

Izodom invests in Romania with the support of PAIH

Polish Izodom is one of the three suppliers of passive houses in Europe. Over half of its sales goes abroad. With the support of the PAIH trade office in Bucharest, Izodom establishes a second foreign branch business in the Romanian Cluj Napoca.

Izodom 2000 has been producing styrofoam moulders for the construction industry, special insulation boards and other foam elements for twenty years. The company sells 300 energy-efficient homes annually, of which 60% goes abroad, mainly to the EU, United Arab Emirates, Morocco, Russia and Ukraine markets. Over the years, the company has managed to enter 42 countries, including New Zealand, Chile, Costa Rica, Germany, Great Britain or France. Interestingly, the king of Morocco lives in a palace made in the Izodom technology. With the support of PAIH Trade Office in Bucharest, Izodom will launch a second, after Estonia, foreign company.

"With the help of ZBH Bucharest, Izodom founded a daughter company in Cluj Napoca. We will produce advanced materials for passive construction. We are proud that it is appreciated there and has a development potential "- explains Jakub Wójcik, president of Izodom 2000 Polska. He points out that the company also benefited from consultancy of PAIH offices in Kazakhstan, Singapore and Cairo.

-It's a great value to be able to look like a zero-based, one-man company turns into a thriving enterprise with global potentials and 100% Polish capital, that gives people jobs and development opportunities, is rewarded and appreciated. I look into the future with the hope that Izodom will continue to grow - says Andrzej Wójcik, the founder of the company.

The head of the PAIH trade office in Bucharest, Agnieszka Olsen, emphasizes that the housing segment will be one of the main factors in the revival of the Romanian construction sector, and the passive technologies will play a key role. -It is expected that the infrastructure and housing will contribute to the revival of the Romanian construction. The forecasts show a growth at the rate of 2% in 2018, 3.8% in 2019 and 5.4% in 2020. Construction of ecological houses is becoming an increasingly important trend, regardless of whether they are larger or individual projects. We have a great satisfaction that the Polish company is still promoting technological solutions that are very innovative for Romania - she says. Agnieszka Olsen adds that since 2012 in the city of Cluj, and then in Timisoara and Dej, developers of "green houses" can count on a 50% discount when calculating local property taxes. The head of Bucharest PAIH office informs that among more than 200 companies serviced by the office are representatives of not only the construction sector, but also food and IT.

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