VILLARTA DE SAN JUAN, SPAIN — While 2021 was a challenging year with a global logistics crisis and unprecedented increases in steel prices, Symaga said it completed many projects during the year.

As of the start of 2022, the company has built more than 50 million cubic meters of storage and more than 12,000 projects have been assembled.

In recent years, its silos have been delivered to new countries such as Jordan, Niger, Papua Nueva Guinea, Bostwana, Equatorial Guinea and the Virgin Islands. Symaga silos are present in 145 countries.

Despite the uncertainty in the steel and logistics markets, Symaga has managed to increase production by 15% compared to 2020, generating more direct and indirect employment and maintaining the company stability. Of course, this result has been made possible thanks to Symaga team, and management appreciates the effort, the company said.

Symaga Silos is a Spanish family-owned business with an international scope, specialized in designing, manufacturing and marketing of galvanized steel silos available for different industries such as breweries, animal feed, port facilities, flourmill, ethanol, drying, flourmills, and storage of raw materials for the plastic industry and biofuels.