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New REHAU Romania offices in Cluj apply the company’s sustainability standards

21 May 2024
Bogdan Tudorache

More and more companies take sustainability and energy efficiency standards into account when choosing office space. Thus, REHAU Romania chose the new office space in Cluj “in accordance with REHAU’s principles regarding sustainability,” says the company. In this new HQ, REHAU Romania will use 100% green electricity and will benefit from careful monitoring of energy, water and waste consumption, thanks to the sustainable standards imposed by the building.

The REHAU offices in Cluj-Napoca are located on the ground floor of The Office Cluj-Napoca, owned by Paval Holding, a class A office building that benefits from an excellent positioning in the city center. The new space covers an area of approximately 120 square meters and also benefits from two showroom-type areas for REHAU Window Solutions and REHAU Building Solutions products.

“With the relocation of the offices in Cluj-Napoca, we not only reaffirmed our commitment to offer our employees the best possible working conditions, but also emphasized the strategic importance of this region. We have long-standing partnerships deeply rooted in Cluj, and now we are happy to be able to welcome our customers in a modern office space, where they can see our innovative products on site, thanks to the areas dedicated to the showroom, but also thanks to their integration in the space of offices. The new offices reflect our dedication to fostering strong ties with our partners and clients, and at the same time our commitment to excellence and innovation,” said Dan Trif, Cluj Sales Office Administrative Manager & Building Solutions Regional Sales Director REHAU Romania.

Just as the REHAU offices in Bucharest were also relocated last year, the space in Cluj-Napoca was designed and modernized with the employees in the foreground. Thus, the offices are equipped with adjustable modern furniture for the comfort of each employee, furniture elements being purchased from reputable suppliers, who apply sustainability concepts similar to those promoted by REHAU, using recycled and recyclable materials, with a long lifespan. In addition, the integration of REHAU interior, installation and window solutions underlines REHAU’s approach to creating spaces that prioritize both functionality and sustainability.

“At REHAU we get involved in projects that we believe will improve the way we work and have a positive impact on the environment and our communities. The relocation of our offices in Bucharest and Cluj was a new step in this journey. We see this relocation as an opportunity to invest in our team, offering them a modern workspace that encourages creativity, collaboration and well-being,” said Alexandru Oprea, Country Manager REHAU Romania.

Last year, REHAU Romania received the “Great Place to Work” distinction, which attests to its efforts to offer its employees the best conditions at work. The most important aspect that contributed to obtaining this certification was REHAU’s future-oriented vision, defined by the numerous investments made to improve the relationship with employees and customers. Thus, REHAU Romania grew thanks to the group’s investments made locally, such as the new logistics center in Cisnădie and the relocation of offices in the center of two key cities – Bucharest and Cluj.


Autor: Bogdan Tudorache

Active in the economic and business press for the past 26 years, Bogdan graduated Law and then attended intensive courses in Economics and Business English. He went up to the position of editor-in-chief since 2006 and has provided management and editorial policy for numerous economic publications dedicated especially to the community of foreign investors in Romania. From 2003 to 2013 he was active mainly in the financial-banking sector. He started freelancing for Energynomics in 2013, notable for his advanced knowledge of markets, business communities and a mature editorial style, both in Romanian and English.

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