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 3 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 Galati spends Euro 5.5 million on strengthening its Hot Rolled Coils production line
LIBERTY Steel Group has allocated Euro 5.5 million towards the consolidation and automation of the LIBERTY Galati Hot Strip Mill,...
LIBERTY targeting to hire almost 650 new employees in 2021
LIBERTY Galati has already employed 532 new employees this year, with at least 100 more roles still to be filled...
LIBERTY Galati accelerates digitalization and automation projects
As part of its GREENSTEEL sustainability strategy, LIBERTY Galati is introducing systems for monitoring and cyber-managing of the production processes...
LIBERTY Galați’s slag dump to be transformed into a renewable energy park
Slag dump to be permanently closed by 2023 More than EUR 2.5 million to be spent on closing the dump...