Through the efforts of the Cultural Foundation “Nicolae Mantu” Alumni Association and the Faculty of Mechanics of Galati, the “metal sculpture camp in Galati, Seventh Edition of” mobilized in an exemplary way in Galati business and artistic community.

State firms or private have contributed to greater openness in the organization of work sites, sponsorship of materials, equipment and supplies necessary to perform the act of creation, and renowned artists, experts, specialists and technicians worked together, combining art with technology metal processing – experiences unique knowledge that enriched all those directly involved.

Some of these supporters wanted to remain anonymous, and others mention them below. All in equal measure, thanks and warm appreciation for the contribution they have brought to the success of the Seventh Edition of Camp Galati metal sculpture!

ArcelorMittal Galati

Arcelor Mittal is the largest steel and mining company in the world, being present in over 60 countries. Arcelor Mittal is the leader in all major global markets of the steel industry, including automotive, construction, household appliances and packaging, with research and development centers and remarkable technologies and considerable stocks of raw materials and very good distribution network.

Website: http://galati.arcelormittal.com

Criomec SA

Website: http://www.criomecsa.ro

Damen

Website: http://www.damen.com

Menarom

Website: http://www.menarom.ro

Lemland

Lemland company was founded in 2003 as a limited liability company with Romanian private capital, and providing progressively completing a range of services and products in industrial and civil construction. More specifically the activities of our company are: construction and design of industrial and instead, metal, machinery, machining metal parts, wood processing, industrial cleaning and civil services.

Managing Food Markets S.A. Galati

The first written as “permanent fair market” located near the place now known as “Old Market” is from the eighteenth century. Over the centuries the marketing of vegetables, fruit, fish, handicraft articles developed in various areas and districts such as Rizer Market Square, Moruzzi and later in all major districts of the city of Galati.

Website: www.piete-galati.ro

“Lower Danube” University

Website: www.ugal.ro

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