Sener lays the foundation stone of the factory for the aerospace industry in Zamudio


Sener lays the foundation stone of the factory for the aerospace industry in Zamudio

The new facilities, which will be operational by the end of 2025, will house an industrial manufacturing and engineering service center for the aerospace market. Basque Engineering has made an initial investment of 25 million euros.

This Monday, the Basque group Sener laid the foundation stone of a factory in Zamudio, aimed at space marketwhich will require an initial investment of € 25 million of euros and will be operational at the end of 2025.

The new Basque technical facilities will house a center for industrial production and engineering services for the aerospace market, in which Sener has experienced “remarkable growth” in recent years. The aerospace and defense sector already represents between 25 and 30% of total turnover and expects annual growth of 15% over the next five years.

In concrete terms, they will focus on the development and production of space technologies: electromechanical, pointing and precision, optomechanical, control and robotic systems.

To this end, the company has acquired an area of ​​30,000 square meters in Parque Bizkaia and in the first phase 8,000 square meters will be built with a planned investment of 25 million. The start of works is scheduled for December 2023 with an estimated implementation time of 20 months.

In addition to the president of Sener, Andrés Sendagorta, and the CEO, Jorge Sendagorta, the Lehendakari, Iñigo Urkullu and other authorities participated in the event.

The Lehendakari thanked Sener for his initiative and his investment. “We support and endorse this entrepreneurial attitude, of which Sener is an example and reference. This foundation stone will undoubtedly serve to continue a dream that began years ago,” he added.

Source: EITB


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