Published on October 30, 2016
1. Spain AutoBook 2016 Photo: Mercedes Benz PREVIEW
2. ii WELCOME! The Automotive Industry in the United States began in the 1890s and, as a result of the size of the domestic market and the use of mass- production, rapidly evolved into the largest in the world. The United States was overtaken as the largest automobile producer by Japan in the 1980s, and subsequently by China in 2008. With the rise of Chinese Auto Industry and the desire to outsource in low cost countries such as Mexico, the American manufacturing sector has seen a strong decline. Now however, there is a strong push to pull manufacturing back into the country which open signiﬁcant opportunity for parts makers and their supply chain to grow their business in the United States. Business Development, Outsourcing, and Localization The information was compiled from personal research, the internet and support of friends at automotive companies, automotive organizations, industrial estates and business associates and is intended to support: 1) Business Development - managers who seek to identify potential customers and sales opportunities in China’s automotive industry. 2) Outsourcing – local and international commodity managers, buyers who are looking to source automotive components from China. 3) Localization – international managers desiring to expand their market and set up a footprint in China – either for distribution or local production. Focus on contacts To make your work easier, the China AutoBook features QuickLinks to access web sites, Google Maps locations and social media sites of the featured companies and their representatives. Simply click on the following icons to connect: I am sure this book will give you lots of information and inspire you to do business in the USA. Radolfzell, August 2016 Ulrich Kaiser
3. Chapter 1 Introduction The automotive Industry turnover accounts for 19% of Spain’s total national exports. 300,000 people are directly employed in the industry with two million jobs linked to the sector. Spain is the second biggest manufacturer of larger cars in Europe and eighth worldwide We invite you to discover the Spain Automotive Industry by browsing through this eBook - have fun and ﬁnd information and inspiration to expand your business network! If you have any questions or suggestions please email us here. Photo: Volkswagen
4. Overview of Spain’s Automotive Industry Spain is the second biggest manufacturer of larger cars in Europe and eighth largest producer of vehicles worldwide. It is also the ﬁrst largest manufacturer of Industrial Vehicles in Europe, including light vehicles. In 2015, vehicle production in Spain has reached 2.7 Million units. The Spanish Industry has launched the 3 Million Plan to reach 3 million vehicles in 2017. Out of this number, 90% of the vehicles manufactured in Spain are shipped abroad to 130 countries. The 9 multinational brands established in the country have in course €10 billion of productive investment to expand production and to manufacture new models and electric models in their Spanish plants. The map below shows the 9 multinational brands established in Spain and its 17 manufacturing plants across the country. After a ﬁve-year old recession, the Spanish commercial vehicle market closed 2015 with impressive ﬁgures. The local market increased by about 30% in 2015, leading the growth rate among the European Union country members. This promising growth in the Spanish market is expected to continue. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Spain is the second biggest manufacturer of larger cars in Europe and eighth worldwide. 2. Nine multinational OEMs are located in Spain. 3. 90% of vehicles manufactured in Spain are exported. 4. Automotive Industry turnover accounts for 10% of Spain’s GDP. 5. A thousand of auto-part companies belonging to 720 entrepreneurial groups are located in Spain. 6. A number of Government’s policies and programs support the Automotive Industry. 7. Advantages of doing business in Spain include cost-eﬀectiveness, infrastructures, geographical proximity to important markets, trade agreements and common language to targeted regions. Overview Page 5
5. Chapter 2 Statistics
6. Chapter 3 OEMs Spain is home to nine multinational OEM companies who produce cars for both local and export markets. Spain is currently the eighth largest Automotive Manufacturer. Globally, with a production of 2.7 million units in 2015. Photo: Volkswagen
7. As of 2016, there are nine OEMs companies that are present in Spain. In 2015, Spain was ranked the eighth largest automobile producer country in the world and the second largest car manufacturer in Europe after Germany. The forecast as of 2016 was to produce a total of 2.8 million vehicles from which about 80% is for export. The OEMs in Spain include FIAT Chrysler, Daimler AG, Ford, General Motors, Nissan, PSA Peugeot, Renault, IVECO and Volkswagen. There is a total of 13 factories located in Spain, which are supported by a thriving local car components industry and well-known Spanish multinationals. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Produced over 2.7 million vehicles in 2015 2. Eighth largest automobile producer in the world 3. 9 Major OEMs in Spain Introduction Page 10
8. PSA Peugeot Citroën is a French multinational manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles sold under three brands namely Peugeot, Citroën and DS Automobiles. The PSA Group is present in some 100 countries and develops activities in six regions globally. PSA is listed on the Euronext Paris stock exchange and has been back again on a constituent of the CAC 40 index since 2015 after having been removed in 2012. In addition to the car brands, the Group has a portfolio of brands and services spanning the automotive value chain including Banque PSA Finance, Peugeot Citroën Moteurs and Mister Auto. It also engages in several joint ventures including with Toyota and Mitsubishi as well as owning majority stakes in established companies such as Faurecia. With 1,864,000 vehicle sales in 2015, Europe is central to the Group’s growth momentum. PSA Group took advantage of the recovery in the European car market in 2015, increasing its sales by 5.9%. Section 2 AT A GLANCE 1. 54.7 billion EUR in revenue in 2015 2. 184,000 employees worldwide 3. Almost 3 million vehicles sold worldwide PSA Peugeot Citroën Page 11 PSA Peugeot Citroen España Avenida Citroen, 3 - 5 36201 Vigo, PO Tel: +34 9 8624 9500 Miguel Angel Fontela Garcia Supplier development Agustin Reyes Corporate Sales Ignacio Roman Virseda International Project Manager Manuel Lozano Pérez Sales Manager
9. Established in 1976, the Group is now the leader in the light commercial vehicle market. Group sales are on the rise in all the major European countries and 28 new vehicle launches are planned for between now and 2021. Headquartered in Paris, PSA is the second- largest Europe-based automaker, and the ninth largest in the world, measured by unit production. The Peugeot and Citroën brands retain separate sales and marketing structures, but share common technology, development and assembling assets. Peugeot Peugeot was established in 1810. It is today present in almost 160 countries with more than 10,000 points of contact. It is the world's only brand to market a complete mobility oﬀering cars, scooters and bikes. Peugeot increased sales by 4.6% in 2015 to sell 1,710,000 vehicles worldwide. Citroën Citroën was created in 1919. Today it is present in nearly 90 countries with over 10,000 points of sale. 1.2 million vehicles were sold worldwide in 2015. With 731,000 vehicles sold in Europe in 2015, Citroën posted its best sales year since 2012, driven by the success of its most recent launches: the C4 Cactus, New C1 and New Berlingo LCV, the European leader in its segment. Three new launches are planned between now and 2017 in the region. Page 12
10. Manufacturing Facility The PSA Vigo plant (Centro de Vigo de PSA Peugeot Citroën) is a Spanish car manufacturing and assembly plant owned by the French car company PSA Peugeot Citroën. In April 1958 Citroën, responding to the high tariﬀ barriers that protected Spain's domestic auto-makers, established the Vigo car plant in Galicia. As of 2011 the Vigo car plant is one of the largest employers in the region. On 15 July 2008 the plant celebrated its ﬁftieth anniversary in the presence of Thierry Peugeot and Juan Carlos I of Spain. It's the company's largest plant outside France with mostly outsourced employments and it is also amongst the most compact plants in the world. The 66-hectare (160-acre) site includes factory units covering panel stamping, welding, painting and assembly. Below is its location. The Vigo plant produces several diﬀerent models for the two brands of the PSA Peugeot Citroën Group. The entire production process from sheet metal rolls to test track trials is carried out here. 83% of vehicles produced here are exported. More than 7 million parts are received at the plant on a daily basis. 650 suppliers provide parts to this plant, 82 of which are located nearby. PSA Peugeot Citroen España Avenida Citroen, 3 - 5, 36201 Vigo, PO Tel: +34 9 8624 9500 Page 13
11. Section 3 Other OEMs Vehicle Manufacturers Page 14 The full version of the Spain AutoBook includes proﬁles of the following OEMs. You can order your subscription to Spain AutoBook here.
12. Chapter 4 Spain Tier 1 This chapter will provide information about Spanish Tier 1 companies in Spain. Photo: Grupo Antolin
13. Grupo Antolin is a full service supplier leader in the design, development and manufacture of automobile industry components, oﬀering multi-technological solutions for modular interior parts. In recent years, Grupo Antolin has rapidly expanded its global presence by investing in new facilities in the most important markets. Altogether, Grupo Antolin has operations in 26 countries with more than 161 plants. More than 28,000 employees work here. The company develops technology for the interior of the car and its portfolio covers: Overhead Door Seats Lighting Cockpits Interior Trim Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Spanish owned Tier 1 2. Global automotive supplier 3. 2015 turnover EUR 3.5 Billion Grupo Antolin Page 16 GRUPO ANTOLIN Central Headquarters Ctra. Madrid-Irún, Km. 244,8 Apdo. 2069 B, 09007 - BURGOS Tel: +34 9 4747 7700 Anselmo-Javier Ariznavarreta Esteban Director of Operations Raphaël Vial General Manager Francisco Cervera Corporate Purchasing Director Trinidad Torrado Fonseca Supply Chain Executive
14. Grupo Antolin is located in 8 locations throughout Spain. Below is the list of these locations. GRUPO ANTOLIN Central Headquarters Ctra. Madrid-Irún, Km. 244,8 Apdo. 2069 B, 09007 - BURGOS Tel: +34 9 4747 7700 GRUPO ANTOLIN-INGENIERIA, S.A. Ctra. Madrid-Irún, Km. 244,8, 09007 - BURGOS Tel: +34 9 4747 7700 GRUPO ANTOLIN-ARDASA, S.A. López Bravo nº 11 Pol. Ind. Villalonquéjar, 09001 - BURGOS Tel: +34 9 4747 3661 GRUPO ANTOLIN-ARA, S.A. López Bravo nº 71 Pol. Ind. Villalonquéjar, 09001 - BURGOS Tel: +34 9 4747 8600 GRUPO ANTOLIN-ARAGUSA, S.A. Camino Casas del Monte de la Abadesa, Parque Empresarial, 09001 - BURGOS Tel: +34 9 4747 9500 GRUPO ANTOLIN-DAPSA, S.A. Ctra. Madrid-Irún, Km. 244,8 09007 - BURGOS Tel: +34 9 4747 8300 GRUPO ANTOLIN-PLASBUR, S.A. Condado de Treviño nº 21 Pol. Industrial Villalonquéjar 09001 - BURGOS Tel: +34 9 4747 3080 GRUPO ANTOLIN- MAGNESIO, S.A. Page 17
15. Section 2 Other Spain Tier 1 Suppliers Page 18 The full version of the Spain AutoBook includes proﬁles of the following Companies. You can order your subscription to Spain AutoBook here.
16. Chapter 5 European Tier 1 This chapter will provide information about European Tier 1 companies in Spain. Photo: Valeo
17. Plastic Omnium is a international company that specializes in manufacturing plastics and his headquartered in Levallois, France. The company was founded in 1946 and began making plastic steering columns for Renault and soon began supplying foreign car makers. Plastic Omnium has over 103 plants and is present in over 28 countries. The company has two automobile divisions, Auto Exterior Division and Auto Inergy Division. Auto Exterior Division supplies: Bumper systems and fascias Body panels and spoilers Rear Closure Systems Semi Structural and structural Parts Front-end modules The Auto Inergy Division supplies: Plastic fuel systems Diesel emissions reduction Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. French owned Tier 1 2. Present in over 28 countries 3. Plastics manufacturer Plastic Omnium Page 20 Plastic Omnium Components Exteriors Rúa Subida á Estación, 33, 36812 Redondela, Pontevedra Tel: +34 9 8640 8050 Alejandro Arderius Director General Maria Teresa Vazquez Malvar Purchasing Manager Eduard Llobet Güell Sales Manager Pablo Diaz Tooling Engineer
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19. Section 2 Other European Tier 1 Suppliers Page 22 The full version of the Spain AutoBook includes proﬁles of the following Companies. You can order your subscription to Spain AutoBook here.
20. Chapter 6 German Tier 1 This chapter will provide information about German Tier 1 companies in Spain. These companies are set up for both local assembly production as well as supporting production in other countries. Photo: Benteler
21. MAHLE is a leading international development partner and supplier to the automotive industry. With its products for combustion engines and their peripherals as well as solutions for electric vehicles, the group addresses crucial issues related to the powertrain and air conditioning technology—from engine systems and components to ﬁltration to thermal management. MAHLE products are ﬁtted in at least every second vehicle worldwide. MAHLE components and systems are also used oﬀ the road—in stationary applications, for mobile machinery, rail transport, as well as aerospace and marine applications. In 2015, the group generated sales of approximately EUR 11.5 billion with around 76,000 employees and is represented in 34 countries with over 170 production locations. At 15 major development locations in Germany, Great Britain, Luxembourg, Slovenia, the USA, Brazil, Japan, China, and India, about 6,000 development engineers and technicians are employed. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Founded in 1920 2. Over 11.5 Billion Sales in 2015 3. Employees over 76,000 globally Mahle Page 24 MAHLE S.A. Plana Mas d'en Puig 08800 Vilanova i la Geltrú (Barcelona) Tel: +34 9 3811 6900 Miguel Fiter Director General Nuno Arroja Plant Manager Antonio Royo Process Engineering Manager
22. The company’s specialties include design and manufacturing of: Automotive engine components Filtration and Engine Peripherals Engine Systems and Components Valve train (Camshafts, Cam followers and rocker arm assemblies, valves, valve seat inserts and valve guides) Thermalmanagement Liquid management systems Fuel management (Fuel ﬁlters, water separation systems, activated carbon canisters, electrical heaters for fuel systems) Oil Management (Oil ﬁlter modules, oil pumps, oil heating and cooling systems) Air management Motorsports and Special Engines Mechatronics Front-end Modules Motors for electric/power steering Piston systems (Gasoline pistons, forged pistons, diesel pistons, Piston assemblies & PCU) Cylinder Components (Piston pins, bearings, cylinder liners, piston rings, connecting rods) There are 18 locations in Spainrepresenting various business units within the Mahle Group. These include: MAHLE Aftermarket S.L., Alcalá de Henares (Madrid) HBPO Automotive Spain S.L., Arazuri (Navarra) MAHLE Behr Components Spain S.L., L'Espluga de Francolí MAHLE Behr Spain S.A., Montblanc HBPO Automotive Spain S.L., Sant Esteve Sesrovires MAHLE Componentes de Motor España, S.L., Vilanova i la Geltrú (Barcelona) MAHLE S.A., Vilanova i la Geltrú (Barcelona) Click here for a list of all MAHLE Group locations in Spain. Page 25
23. Section 2 Other German Tier 1 Suppliers Page 26 The full version of the Spain AutoBook includes proﬁles of the following Companies. You can order your subscription to Spain AutoBook here.
24. Chapter 7 North American Tier 1 This chapter will provide information about United States Tier 1 companies in Spain. Photo: Borg Warner
25. BorgWarner is a global product leader in powertrain solutions with products including key technologies for Engines, Transmissions and Driveline systems that focus on fuel economy and emissions. The company has 74 subsidiaries in 19 countries. The company employs over 22,000 people world wide. The company operates under two main groups, the Engine Group and the Drivetrain Group. BorgWarner products include: Engine timing systems, boosting systems, ignition systems, air and noise management, cooling and controls. Cam timing, chain driven engine timing systems and HY-VO® chains for FWD transmissions and transfer case applications. Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) systems, secondary air systems, advanced actuators, PTC cabin heaters, diesel cold-start and ignition technology. Engine cooling and reducing emissions and fuel consumption. Turbochargers and boosting systems for passenger cars, light trucks and commercial vehicles. Transmission and all-wheel drive technology with advancement in powertrain clutching technology to develop interactive control systems and strategies for all types of torque management. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. US-owned automotive parts maker 2. Sales 2014 USD 8.3 Billion 3. Employs over 30,000 people globally BorgWarner Page 28 BorgWarner Emissions Systems Spain S.L. Ctra. Zamáns, 20 36315 Vigo Tel: +34 9 8646 8302 Jean-Francois Savajols Vice President, Sales Carlos Castaño González Vice President Pablo Freire Global New Business Development Director Paulo Silva Business and Controlling Supervisor
26. Transmission Systems; specialize in automated transmission clutch components and systems and oﬀer complete electro-hydraulic control modules and components for transmission types. TorqTransfer Systems Production Plant & Technical Center In Spain, BorgWarner has one location, mainly responsible for the production of BorgWarner Emissions Systems. BorgWarner Emissions Systems is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of the following: Emissions control systems Ignition systems Diesel cold-start technology PTC cabin heaters BorgWarner’s technologies are designed and engineered to lower emissions, improve fuel economy and enhance performance for passenger cars, light trucks and commercial vehicles. Its production plant in Spain is awarded with ISO 9001, ISO-TS 16949, and ISO 14001. Below is the location of this plant. BorgWarner Emissions Systems Spain S.L. Ctra. Zamáns, 20 36315 Vigo Tel: +34 9 8646 8302 29
27. Section 2 Other North American Tier 1 Suppliers Page 30 The full version of the Spain AutoBook includes proﬁles of the following Companies. You can order your subscription to Spain AutoBook here.
28. Chapter 8 Asian Tier 1 This chapter will provide information about Asian Tier 1 companies in Spain. Photo: Denso
29. Alpine Electronics Inc is a subsidiary of the Japanese electronic component manufacturer Alps Electric. The company’s headquarters is in Japan. Alpine is the only manufacturer specializing in mobile multimedia, an integrated system approach incorporating digital entertainment, security and navigation products for your mobile entertainment. The company supplies electronic parts to companies including Honda, BMW, Dodge and Jaguar Cars. In Spain, the company is present with one sales oﬃce located in Vitoria. The company produces a variety of electrical products that includes: Head units Navigation systems DAB Bluetooth Processors Cameras Ampliﬁers Speakers Rear Seat Entertainment TV tuners Variety of Accessories Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Manufacturer of Electronics 2. Headquartered in Japan Alpine Electronics Page 32 ALPINE ELECTRONICS DE ESPANA S.A. Portal de Gamarra 36, Pabellon 32, 01013 Vitoria (Alava)-APDO 133 Tel: +34 9 4528 3588 Jose Barturen Ugalde Managing Director Carlos Gurendez Marketing Manager
30. Section 2 Other Asian Tier 1 Suppliers Page 33 The full version of the Spain AutoBook includes proﬁles of the following Companies. You can order your subscription to Spain AutoBook here.
31. Chapter 9 Organizations This chapter includes information about organizations that deal with the Automotive Industry issues - from oﬃcial government organizations to associations. Photo: ACMA
32. The European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) represents the 15 Europe-based car, van, truck and bus makers. ACEA works with a variety of institutional, non-governmental, research and civil society partners - as well as with a number of industry associations with related interests. ACEA has permanent cooperation with the European Council for Automotive R&D (EUCAR), which is the industry body for collaborative research and development. ACEA has close relations with the 29 national automobile manufacturers' associations in Europe, and maintains a dialogue on international issues with automobile associations around the world. The automotive industry is one of the most regulated sectors in Europe. This regulatory framework consists of around 80 EU Directives and over 70 international UNECE regulatory agreements, mostly covering technical issues and standardisation. Through its member companies, ACEA taps into a wealth of technical, regulatory and practical expertise in the following ﬁelds: Competitiveness, Market and Economy Environment and Sustainability International Trade Research and Innovation Safety Transport Policy Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Automotive Manufacturers Society 2. Working with the 29 national automobile manufacturers' associations in Europe ACEA Page 35 European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) Avenue des Nerviens 85 1040 Brussels Belgium Erik Jonnaert Secretary General Erik Bergelin Director Trade and Economics Cara McLaughlin Communications Director Céline Domecq Advocacy and Stakeholder Relations Director
33. Section 2 Other Automotive Organizations in Spain Page 36 The full version of the Spain AutoBook includes proﬁles of the following Organizations. You can order your subscription to Spain AutoBook here.
34. Chapter 10 World Class Manufacturing Equipment Manufacturers that provide world class manufacturing equipment supporting the Automotive Industry in Spain. Sponsored Feature
35. Chapter 11 Events An overview of important Automotive exhibitions and events for consumers and professionals 2016 in Spain. Photo: Motortec Madrid
36. El Salón del Automóvil de Madrid or Madrid Auto is a biennial event organized by Feria de Madrid (IFEMA), the 30-year-old Trade Fair Institution of Madrid. IFEMA has a presence in thirty countries across ﬁve continents strategically in order to carry out commercial work, as well as to provide support and advice to potential exhibitors and international customers. Additionally, IFEMA develops studies on business opportunities in sectors of interest to the exporter and supports companies and professionals to participate in fairs. The last Madrid Auto event was held on 10-16 May 2016. Major brands featured at the event are such as Abarth, BMW, Dacia, Ferrari, Fiat, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Jaguar, Jeep, Kia, Land Rover, Lexus, Maserati, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi Motors, Nissan, Opel, Porsche, Renault, Seat, Suzuki and Toyota. Sectors showcased at this event include: Automobiles Insurance companies and ﬁnancial institutions Car audio, electronics Fuels, lubricant, chemicals LCV Tyres and accessories Tuning Associations and Organizations Specialize press Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Biennial event held in May 2. Trading platform, brand positioning, and media coverage Madrid Auto Page 40 Feria de Madrid (IFEMA) Av. Partenón, 5 28042 Madrid Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Miguel Aguilar Director Maria Garcia de Tunon Coordinator Susana Martinez Secretariat Tel: +34 9 0222 1515
37. Section 2 Other Automotive Events in Spain Page 41 The full version of the Spain AutoBook includes proﬁles of the following Events. You can order your subscription to Spain AutoBook here.
38. Chapter 12 Media An overview of important print and online media for the Automotive Industry in Spain. Photo: Madrid Auto
39. AutoRevista, a magazine within Grupo TecniPublicaciones, the leader of the technical and professional press in Spain, is the only magazine in Spain devoted to the automotive industry whole value chain. AutoRevista makes exclusive and high value contents about products and processes in design, development and manufacturing of passenger cars. Their content includes information about OEMs, Tier 1, 2,3, raw materials, machine tools, logistics, software, R&D, training, among others. AutoRevista publishes a daily newsletter with the most interesting news about the industry. Besides its work about the deep analysis about the automotive industry, AutoRevista organises every year some events like conferences, seminars and roundtables about key topics about the Industry like Purchasing, Logistics, Stamping or Robotics and Automatization. Since 1991, AutoRevista and Grupo TecniPublicaciones present the most important awards in the automotive industry in Spain. "The Director of the Year" awards, have recognized outstanding works of Spanish and worldwide managers for the last 25 years. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. A news outlet that covers all aspects of the Auto industry. AutoRevista Page 43 AutoRevista Avda. Cuarta, Bloque 1 - 2ª Planta 28022 - Ciudad Pegaso, Madrid Tel: +34 91 297 20 00 Email: email@example.com Mr Luis Miguel González Director Tel: +34 9 1297 2049
40. Section 2 Other Automotive Media in Spain Page 44 The full version of the Spain AutoBook includes proﬁles of the following Media. You can order your subscription to Spain AutoBook here.
41. Chapter 13 Supporting Industry This chapter presents an overview of supporting industry and service providers to the Automotive Industry in Spain. Please submit your information here to be included in the next edition.
42. Section 1 Human Resource 46 Service Provider Expertise Contact Information Careerbuilder Online Job Database http://www.careerbuilder.com Indeed Online Job Database http://www.indeed.com Monster Online Job Database http://www.monster.com Xing Online Networking Website http://www.xing.com Linkedin Online Networking Website http://linkedin.com
43. Section 2 Logistics 47 Service Provider Contact Information Ceva Logistics Spain S.A.U. Head Ofﬁce Spain C/Garibai Nº 29 Oñate 20560 Tel: +34 9 1334 3154 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org DACHSER Spain Air & Sea Logistics S.A.U. Head Ofﬁce Spain CT Coslada, Av. Europa, 1 28821 Coslada Madrid Tel: +34 9 1660 6578 Email: email@example.com DB Schenker Spain-Tir Head Ofﬁce Spain Sector C - Zona Franca, Carrer Quatre, 57-61, 08040 Barcelonan Tel: +34 8 3404 2933 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org C.H. Robinson Spain Head Ofﬁce Spain C/ Pujades 350, 7 piso Barcelona, ES 08019 Tel: +34 9 3323 8250 Email: email@example.com Yusen Logistics (Spain) Head Ofﬁce Spain C/ Cal Pi de l'Olla Nº 37-39, 08820 El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona Tel: +34 9 3328 7090 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
44. Acknowledgements Photo: Land Rover
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