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    STUDIA GEOGRAPHIA - Issue no. 1 / 2012  

Authors:  GRIGOR P. POP.

The Industrial Parks located within Someşul Mic River Corridor.
The necessity of rising on upper levels of industrial activities from Romania reached the conclusion of edifying new forms of organization within the mentioned field, respectively the one of Industrial Parks, a situation that starts to take shape as a consequence of a government ordinance from the year of 2001, establishing the whole set of facilities offered to the investors willing to proceed in favor of the implementation of industrial units with the purpose to develop high technicality products. After performing all the preparatory actions, the construction works of TETAROM I Industrial Park (Transylvania Equipments and Advanced Technologies manufactured in Romania), officially began on February 22, 2003, and lasted until November 17, 2005, when the official opening was held. The park is located in the western part of Cluj-Napoca County, on the northern slope of Hoia Hill, between the Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania (the Outdoors Section) and Cluj-Napoca-Oradea railway, where it occupies a surface of 32 ha, the constructions being represented by a Multifunctional Hall, with space destined for offices and production facilities, as well as a Business Incubator, where there are offices, the headquarters of TETAROM S.A., a conference room, an exhibition space, multipurpose rooms and outbuilding areas, predominant activities integrated in fields such as software, electronics, telecommunications, industrial automation, IT, general services and so forth. The month of December of the year 2005 corresponded with the approval of the government investment for the purpose of accomplishing the infrastructure (of the access roads and of the utilities of operating) at a new industrial park in the municipality of Cluj-Napoca, respectively TETAROM II, located in the vicinity of the tram Depot at the eastern end of Muncii Boulevard, on an area of 12 ha surface, of which 11 ha have been granted, by the Cluj County Council, in January 2006, to the American Society EMERSON (found among the top 50 companies in the world) for the building of constructions destined for production (for bays), research (with 200 - 250 researchers) and of different units. As part of this activity of production, the unit produces (with approximately 1500 - 2000 employees): gas regulators, electric motors of small dimensions, appliances for the construction industry, wind turbine electric generators, and so forth. The third Industrial Park from the Somesul Mic river corridor – TETAROM III (with a surface of 154,526 ha) – whose building was possible, after a series of steps as far as the place of location is concerned, Nokia Company has chosen a space within the territory of Jucu Village (figure.1), the given situation allowing the beginning of the contract negotiations (February 1, 2007), then the signing of the contract of building a unit among the suitable parts (March 26, 2007), the opening ceremony for the site organization at TETAROM III (June 1, 2007), all these approaches allowing the official opening of Nokia Factory, within TETAROM III Industrial Park (February 11, 2008), the objective of the activity consisting in the production of mobile devices, equipments, solutions and services for the networks of communication. In the lower part of Someşului Mic river corridor, the Arc Industrial Park Dej (figure 5) is running, in which the first user – SC Trelleborg Automotive SRL–completed the investment regarding the production of anti-vibration automotive components in December 2006.

Keywords: industrial parks,TETAROM, Arc Park, high technology,Cluj-Napoca, Jucu, Dej
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