Romanel is the second largest producer of whitewood and beech wood in Romania. Romanel has a range of capacities stretching from harvesting of trees, conversion of logs into boards, drying into timber ready for use, shipping of merchandise from Braila or by container and delivering to the biggest hubs globally. Romanel is found in many warehouses in Europe, the Middle East, the Gulf region and Asia.
Romanel products are distributed by ITCO in Lebanon and Saudi Arabia. “ITCO International Timber Company is an entity involved in the wholesale and retail of all kinds of wood and wood products used in both the construction and furniture industries,” said Nadine Sinno – Communication and PR officer at ITCO and Romanel. Romanel, with its state-of-the-art production facilities adds value to both its whitewood and beechwood, with sorting, drying and planning lines. It also produces one of the highest qualities of beech plywood in Romania. “All these Romanel product line is displayed at our stand this year,” she added.
“We consider Project Lebanon as the best platform for networking with our existing and potential customers,” said Sinno. “It is a high quality show and it’s an honor to be part of it,” she added. “The quality of the exhibitors and the visitors is always great which is something very satisfactory for us.”
“Today we are celebrating the development of our residual biomass based power plant and thus promoting this as Romanel has totally become green and eco-friendly,” noted Sinno. “We are the first vertically integrated timber company in lebanon and it is great honor to publicly announce this achievement in such a great event like Project Lebanon,” she added.