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Weicon still on a growth path
New branch office in Spain(PresseBox) ( Münster, )
Weicon Ibérica S.L.
Weicon Ibérica S.L., that is the official name of the new branch office, is located in the Spanish capital Madrid. The city is the ideal starting point for economic activities. The subsidiary is managed by the local Managing Director Alejandro González Cámara.
"In the last four years, we've been working very well with Alejandro. He worked for us as an Area Sales Manager in Spain. By setting up our new branch office, we want to strengthen our position in the Spanish market. We are looking forward to a very promising future on the Iberian Peninsula", said Ralph Weidling, Managing Director of Weicon.
Weicon in Spain
"Spain has always been an interesting market where we have been operating for a long time. The country is one of the largest industrial nations in the world and it is very important for us to be there. The most important economic sectors in Spain are the automotive industry, metal and mechanical engineering, the chemical industry and the food and beverage industry. These areas are growing steadily and show good growth figures. Thus, Spain offers a strong sales market for our products. With our new branch in Spain, we want to use this positive situation", Weidling added.
Spain – a strong economic partner
The economy of Spain is the 12th largest economy in the world. Some of the country's most important industries are metalworking, mechanical engineering, agriculture and petrochemical industries. The most important export and import partners are France and Germany.
Bilateral economic relations
Spain and Germany combine very close economic relations. Germany is Spain's second largest trading partner after France. In the case of imports from Spain, Germany is still in first place ahead of France.
More than 1,300 German companies operate subsidiaries in Spain. Together with Spanish sales partners of German companies they are an important factor in the Spanish economy. According to the statistics of the Deutsche Bundesbank, the business activity of German branches in Spain secures more than 200,000 jobs in the Kingdom.
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