Moving to an industrial park is probably the best solution for companies, due to incentives available ranging from tax privileges to easier access to infrastructure, lower prices for land rental, simplified administrative procedures and state & minimis aids.
Any economic operator, Romanian and/or foreign legal person, NGO, research institute and other entity without legal personality, carrying out an economic activity, scientific and / or technological development, agro-industrial, logistics and innovative, industrial research, etc., may be a resident of an industrial park.
Investments in industrial parks are regulated by the Law No. 186/2013 on setting up and operating such parks. The law provides for the tax incentives available to both the administrator and the residents of industrial parks provided that the conditions laid down in the Minimis Aid Schemes regulated by Order No. 2980/2013 are met.This Order was amended by Order no. 2056 of December 30, 2021, approving the conditions for granting support measures for investments in industrial parks (the minimis aid for investments in industrial parks and the regional state aid supporting initial investments in industrial parks).