MADES showcases in Malaga its leadership as Manufacturer of Critical Electronic Systems
MADES will be at Transfiere on 13 and 14 February, to be held, as on other occasions, at the FYCMA Malaga Trade Fair and Congress Centre.
Transfiere is consolidating its position as a professional multisector forum focused on the national and international R&D ecosystem and it is here, at home in Spain, where MADES wants to leverage the event to share the latest successes it achieved in 2018.
2018 marked the confirmation of two sectors which are growing strongly in the Malaga firm’s portfolio: New Space and Rail.
With these two new business lines, MADES is increasing its leadership in the manufacture of Critical Electronic Systems. The products and systems manufactured by the Malaga plant are intended for applications in sectors such as Defence, Aerospace, Maritime, Industrial and Automotive, among others, reaching export figures of close to 75% of production.
These applications have one very clear point in common. They all require high reliability, not only at the level of functionality. The efficiency, quality and rigour with which the supply chain related to these markets must operate is a differential value and a challenge for anyone wishing to operate in this industry. At an operational level, the requirement in terms of competitiveness, compliance with quality requirements and delivery deadlines is at its peak in all of the sectors where MADES is present.
MADES aspires to work closely with its customers from the start of each project, supporting their industrialisation and prototyping phases, with the aim of advising during the optimisation of subsequent manufacturing, testing and assembly. The latest investments in capabilities make it possible to offer technological breakthroughs in electronic equipment manufacturing. The mutual understanding between MADES and Transfiere is of the highest order: the event is one of the most suitable forums for sharing with the market the broad range of capabilities and flexibility that allow the Malaga behemoth to be an internationally recognised partner.