Spanish manufacturers to expand presence in Asia
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Between 18 and 22 September 2017 next week, ANMOPYC (the Spanish Manufacturers’ Association of Construction, Public Works and Mining Equipment) will bring three Spanish manufacturers to visit Singapore and Indonesia on a trade mission, during which they will be meeting with potential dealers and partners in the region.

The three companies include:

1. Vifesa - a manufacturer of machinery for the concrete precast industry (pictured below). The company focuses on three areas: machinery for the production of concrete pipes and box culverts with and without reinforcement; egg laying machines for the production of concrete pieces; and machinery for the production of electro welded steel cages for concrete pipes and for round and square piles.
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Vifesa Maquina Volteadora

2. Moldtech - a manufacturer of precast concrete equipment (pictured below). The company offers various machines, from custom designed moulds to the installation of fully equipped plants on turnkey basis.


3. Macroza - a manufacturer of portable electric wall chasing machines (pictured below). These machines are specially designed to open fast and clean chases in walls and partition walls to embed electrical wires, plumbing pipes, water and heating conduits, air-conditioning installations, etc.


ANMOPYC  and several of its members will also be attending the BICES (Beijing International Construction Machinery Exhibition and Seminar) exhibition from 20 to 23 September in Beijing, China. Their stand will be located in Hall E1, No. 1056.

Established in 1982, ANMOPYC aims to promote the globalisation of Spanish manufacturers in the construction, public works and mining industry. The association is supported by the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade (ICEX), and also works closely with the Spanish governments in search of global contacts.

Companies in Asia who are interested in collaborating with any of the above-mentioned Spanish equipment manufacturers may contact them or ANMOPYC directly.

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