Because of the favorable geographical conditions and for the region development, in Sulina Port starting with 1978 was instituted free port system and it was founded Salina Free Port Administration.
In 1992, Romanian Government states by The Law no.84/1992, the free zone regime in Romania and, in 1993, by Romanian Government’s Decision no.156/1993, the free zone status is established in Sulina Free Port with a statute of autonomous regie, being organized on the principles of self economical and financial administration reorganizing the ex enterprise of the foreign trade “Sulina Free Port Administration”.
    Placed within the built-up area of Sulina city, Sulina Free Zone Administration has a surface of 100,89 hectares being composed from 7 perimeters, placed both in city area, between AFDJ building and Sulina Hotel, and around the Sulina sea transit basin.
In 1 and 3 perimeters placed in Sulina city area, close by AFDJ building and respective on the pier of Sulina transit basin, they are made works of substructure (quays, platforms, access road), administrative buildings, commercial or productive spaces, industrial spaces, electricity and thermal networks, water supply, sewerage and telephony.
    Perimeters 2,4 and 5 are unarranged, part of ground being proceeded from dragging of transit basin.
    Perimeter 6 – sea transit basin have a surface of 330.850 sqm and depth 7m.
    Perimeter 7-river basin destined to pleasure and fishing boats, in surface of 50.150sqm.
    Both before and after 1989, our enterprise developed a profitable activity, materialized by
yearly raised profit levels.
    The actual trend of European integration, Middle East and Black Sea’s riparian countries as well as the infrastructure, experience and team-spirit and high ability here-being by over 20 years, recalled Sulina port as traffic and transit port and The Free Zone as a traffic and transit for storage, services and manufacturing.
    Sulina Free Zone Administration is streaming its efforts towards these two latter topics: manufacturing and services. In this way, the possibility of goods’ storage in the Free Zone is very well completed by processing, sorting, marking, assembling and many other operations which a raw material or good may support.
    The goods stored and processed in the free zone can be delivered on markets like former Commonwealth of Independent States but in Near and Middle East. As a result, the direct co-operation between you and our Administration or by your Free Zone’s end users can be but fruitful. Our professionals are at your service regarding the activity within free zone area.