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Global Solutions for Automotive Metal Components

Global Solutions for Automotive Metal Components

People as architects of success

People as architects of success

Working for a safer and lighter car

Working for a safer and lighter car

Innovation as a means of progress

Innovation as a means of progress

Sustainability to ensure permanence in time

Sustainability to ensure permanence in time

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10 MAR

Gestamp surpasses revenues of €7.5 billion

Gestamp, the Spanish multinational company dedicated to the design, development and manufacture of automotive components recorded revenues of €7.549bn in 2016, a 7.3% increase over the previous year, above the average growth of the sector in the same period. Without foreign exchange impact this increase would have been 12.3%.

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03 MAR

Gestamp bolsters its Board of Directors

The Extraordinary General Shareholders' Meeting held today appointed the company's new Board of Directors, which shall consist of twelve members with broad industrial, financial and technological experience and a strong international focus.

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01 MAR

Gestamp enters Romania

Gestamp, a Spanish multinational company specialised in the design, development and manufacturing of components for the automotive industry, has announced its entry in Romania, through the acquisition of a majority stake in a Romanian Company, owner of a plant which has the Renault-Nissan Group as its main customer via its subsidiary, Dacia.

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23 FEB

Gestamp announces the construction of its first plant in Japan

Gestamp, a Spanish multinational company specialized in the design, development and manufacture of parts for the automotive industry, has announced the upcoming construction of its first plant in Japan, in a ceremony held in the city of Matsusaka which was attended by the Governor of Mie Prefecture, Eikei Suzuki; the mayor of Matsusaka, Masato Takegami; the CEO of Mitsui, Tatsuo Yasunaga and the Chairman of Gestamp, Francisco J. Riberas.

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22 FEB

Siemens technology enables Gestamp to cut energy consumption at its plants by 15 percent

Thanks to a cloud-based efficient energy management platform that uses big data to optimise consumption, Siemens has enabled Gestamp, a multinational company in metal autoparts manufacturing, to reduce energy consumption by up to 15 percent at 14 of its plants. The Spanish company specialises in designing, developing and manufacturing metal autoparts to make lighter and safer cars, and has chosen Siemens as global supplier to implement this system and thus manage to optimise its energy needs in an industry that is increasing its energy consumption.

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