Symaga has experienced 10% growth compared to 2015 and 2016. Photo courtesy of Symaga. 
VILLARTA DE SAN JUAN, SPAIN — Symaga Group said it has beaten its own manufacturing record in the first semester of 2017 with 23 million kg of steel processed and  10% growth compared to 2015 and 2016.

This expansion has been followed by a 10% increase of the company’s workforce, reaching 250 employees in 2017 for the whole Symaga Group.

Leading worldwide projects, such as the ones being developed in Ukraine of 240,000 tonnes of storage facilities and a new port terminal in Odessa, along with further expansion in Asia, Africa and Middle East, has allowed Symaga to reach these figures.

Symaga is currently involved in key grain storage projects all around the world. With its fully automated factory, Symaga said it can provide storage solutions for different fields such as breweries, animal feeding, port facilities, flour mills, ethanol, drying, and storage of raw materials for the plastic industry. Symaga has more than 30 years of experience in the silo industry.