VILLARTA DE SAN JUAN, SPAIN — While it exports more than 90% of its production, Symaga has seen in the last two years an increase in storage projects in its home country of Spain.

Some of its most recent projects include eight hopper silos to Estrella Galicia to expand its brewery in A Coruña. Iberoquinoa's new plant in Antequera will have four hopper silos SCEX1070/13T45EC and Cincaporc will expand its feed factory in Fraga.

Just a few kilometers from Symaga’s factory, the assembly of 22 hopper silos for the Inalsa feed factory in Ciudad Real has been completed. A few months ago, orders were confirmed from DCOOP for the silos that will store the almonds in the processing plants in Cordoba and Portugal.

The flagship project in Spain in recent years is Panificadora Conquense with the assembly of 25 hopper silos for the new mill. This inertia in the Spanish market will continue in 2022 with the projects for Legumbres Pedro and Jusegal.

“The goal is to maintain the growing trend in the domestic market, in order to consolidate our position in the country where Symaga has its origins, without forgetting the maintenance of consolidated sales areas and the conquest of new countries,” the company said. “The strategy of coexistence of export and international presence with the national one will enhance the recognition of our brand inside and outside our borders.”