SPAIN > US based multinational Jabil opens a technology center and a new production plant in Catalonia

Jabil logo Jabil opened its new facilities in Tortosa and Aldea (Baix Ebre), Spain. The facilities specialize in packaging production for the food and beverage industry and is expected to create 80 new jobs in the medium term. The new facility in Aldea includes new technological center (1,000 square meters), a new mould and die plant (3,500 square meter) and a new More …

SPAIN > US based Amazon opens its fourth logistic center in Catalonia, Spain

amazon logo jpg Amazon is opening a 30,000 square- meter logistics center  in Martorelles in Catalonia. This center in Martorelles will renovate existing building and the new warehouse will create 650 jobs over the next three years. The new warehouse will just not focus on one specific area unlike other Amazon’s other facilities such as the Castellbisbal center. Beginning its operation in the autumn More …

SPAIN > Germany based Boehringer Ingelheim invests 100 million euros ($118.38 million) for a new production plant in Sant Cugat

boehringer ingelheim logo German multinational Boehringer Ingelheim is opening a new production plant in Sant Cugat, Spain for which the first stone was placed by Jordi Baiget, Minister for Business and Knowledge. The new production plant will cost about 100 million euros ($118.38 million) and will create 200 new jobs. Boehringer Ingelheim’s new plant will produce a drug delivery device named Respimat, a More …

SPAIN > Dutch cyber security firm, Brightsight, acquires Bitwise to opens its first international office in Sant Cugat, Spain

Print Brightsight, Dutch cyber security firm, has acquired Catalan startup Bitwise for opening its first abroad office in Sant Cugat, Spain. Brightsight received was fully supported by Catalonia Trade and Investment office ACCIÓ’s area for foreign investment attraction and 40 jobs will be created after this acquisition. Brightsight has been providing companies services in ICT security in fields such as payment More …

SPAIN > Switzerland based Nestlé invests 37 million euros ($ 44.3 million) to expand its Girona plant in Spain

nestle photoshop logo With the aim of developing its production capacity for instant coffee, Nestlé, a food multinational firm, has invested 37 million euros ($44.3 million) in Nescafé factory in Girona, Spain. According to Nestle CEO, Laurent Dereux, the new production line will feature the latest technology that will allow Nescafe to make the most technologically advanced products in larger volume. The production More …