TID Group is a private, independent and non-partisan company, which aims to provide integrated and tailored consulting services, strategic and operational information and communication, intelligence and security functions, brokerage, research and academic events, training and lifelong learning, as well as public activities emerging from company social responsibility. TID Group is the sole company that innovatively, harmoniously and holistically combines critical, creative and strategic thinking, the potential and means of strategic, scientific and specialized communication, the excellence in research and analysis, the competence in education and training, the quality in consulting and mentoring, and trust and confidence in brokerage.
With an area of 55 hectares and having approximately 2,500 employees, Damen Shipyards Galati is one of the largest production units of the Dutch Damen Group which operates 35 shipbuilding and repair yards worldwide. Since joining Damen Shipyards Group in 1999, the yard has developed into a highly efficient production shipyard with a significant output. The yard’s shipbuilding expertise and closely-managed supply chain have been behind some of Damen’s most important deliveries to date, fully representing the group’s diverse product portfolio.
Thales Group is a French multinational company that designs and builds electrical systems and provides services for the aerospace, defence, transportation and security markets. Its headquarters are in La Défense (the business district of Paris), and its stock is listed on the Euronext Paris. It is partially state-owned by the French government and has operations in more than 56 countries. It has 64,000 employees and generated €14.9 billion in revenues in 2016. It is also the 10th largest defence contractor in the world and 55% of its total sales are military sales.
Romaero SA is a Romanian company with a majority state capital, active in the aerospace industry. Romaero shares are listed under the Rasdaq base category under the RORX symbol. The majority shareholder of the company is the Ministry of Economy, with 51.90% of the capital, while SIF Muntenia (SIF4) has a 25.85% stake and the Proprietatea Fund controls 21% of the shares.