LIBERTY Galaţi, located in South-East Romania, is the largest integrated steel plant in the country and leader in manufacturing metallurgical products, with a current production capacity of 2 million tons of steel as well as the ability to increase that output in the future.
The Galaţi Steel Plant produces a wide range of quality flat products (plates, coils, galvanized sheets & coils and organic coated products) as well as welded tubular products and supplies, for customers across Romania, the Balkans and elsewhere in Europe. The products produced are used in shipbuilding, construction, pressure vessels, automotive and other industries. Its welded tubular products are used for transporting oil, gases and other fluids.
LIBERTY Galaţi has around 5,600 employees and 2,000 contractors, making it the biggest employer in Eastern Romania. The topmost priority for the Galaţi Steel Plant is to ensure a safe work environment for those employees and contractors.
The unit focuses on continuously improving the quality of products and services offered to its customers, protecting the environment and encouraging young people to join the local team.
LIBERTY Galaţi is actively involved in community development activities through the long term sponsorship of local medical and educational projects.
LIBERTY Galați blast furnace slag used to produce low carbon footprint cement
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LIBERTY Galati appoints its first female General Director
LIBERTY Steel Group has appointed Aida Nechifor as the General Director of its LIBERTY Galaţi plant in Romania. Aida, who...
LIBERTY Galati will start to provide vaccinations to its own employees from 19th May. The vaccinations, which will use the...
New interim General Director to be appointed at LIBERTY Galati to drive improvement in the plant’s production
LIBERTY Steel Group, part of Sanjeev Gupta’s sustainable industry leader GFG Alliance, today announces that it will appoint the highly...