Currently, the origin of the long-term competitivity of the most advanced countries is mainly in their industry.

Its effect carries over into the other sectors; the type of employment which it generates, and its capacity for innovation and for extending the technology which it uses throughout society, make industry a leading and essential activity for the growth of productivity in any economy and for its potential for growth in the long term.

The industrial sector is immersed in its fourth revolution which – like the previous ones – is going to transform organisations, make some jobs disappear but generate new ones, and redefine many of the professional profiles as we know them today.

In this new environment which is changing so much, recruitment and management of talent will be paramount. We know that we need to bring in professional people with new skills, with creative abilities, and who are able to continue in permanent training, to deal with changes and to acquire technological expertise.

Our experience in working closely with a great variety of industrial companies has made us experts in searching for executives for each type of company, and enables us to guarantee the success of our procedures.

Our presence on the Board of Governors of the Association of Industrial Engineers of Catalonia, the duties undertaken by Ignasi Rafel as Chairman of the Association’s Consell de Formació i Ocupació, and the experience of the members of our Advisory Board enable us to be always up to date in this domain.

Some data:

The sector’s investments in production are anchored in the territory and contribute to stability in employment.
Industry represents 16% of GDP and 14% of all employment in Spain, Catalonia being the clear leader. The employment generated by industry is more stable than that in other sectors.
It has a multiplying effect on development because it is the sector that contributes the most to the diversification of the productive fabric, by generating ancillary industries.
It makes an outstanding contribution to innovation and to R+D by allocating more than 50% of its total expenditure for innovative activities.
It drives exports, representing more than 85% of them.

Some projects recently carried out for the industrial sector:

Familiar. Piscinas, riego, tratamiento del agua.
1000 MM Fact.
Director de Compras
Familiar. Asientos y tapas de sanitarios.
30 MM Fact.
Director General
Familiar Aux. Construcción. Encofrados.
120 MM Fact.
Director General
Familiar. Puertas automáticas.
50 MM Fact.
Director de Fábrica
Familiar. Mobiliario urbano, fachadas y pavimentos.
12 MM Fact.
Director General
Familiar. Maquinaria de lavandería.
170 MM Fact.
Director General
Familiar. Productos químicos.
100 MM Fact.
Director General
Familiar. Productos químicos.
200 MM Fact.
Director General de Operaciones
Familiar. Papel para la industria del tabaco.
200 MM Fact.
Controller Industrial
Familiar. Pequeño material eléctrico e iluminación.
350 MM Fact.
Director de Operaciones
Multinacional. Pinturas.
200 MM Fact.
Sales Area Manager
Familiar. Paraguas.
6 MM Fact.
Director General
Familiar. Equipos de tratamiento de agua.
10 MM Fact.
Director Comercial y Marketing
Familiar. Auxiliar automoción.
1000 MM Fact.
Corporate Paint Manager

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Director Industrial
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Director de Mantenimiento
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Director de Calidad
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12 MM Fact.
Director de Innovación
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25 MM Fact.
Director de Ingeniería
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6 MM Fact.
Director General
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800 MM Fact.
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36 MM Fact.
Director de Operaciones
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