Trumpf, a company specialized in laser technology and machinery, has inaugurated its new headquarters in Torrejón de Ardoz, in Madrid, which has led it to mark an “important milestone” in its 36 years of history in Spain, where it employs more than 115 people.

The new facilities, with more than 10,000 square meters, will be equipped with cutting-edge technology and applications based on artificial intelligence (AI) and will incorporate a ‘showroom’, where the company will show its advanced solutions for different applications and ‘smart factory’, it has been reported. the company.

The move to the new headquarters represents Trumpf’s largest investment and strategic commitment since it began its activity in Spain in 1988.

“This is a decisive step to consolidate our presence and expand our influence in the European market. Spain not only offers a dynamic industrial environment, but also undeniable growth potential,” said the general director of Trumpf Spain, Juan Manuel Sánchez Mahon.

The Spanish subsidiary had a turnover of 105 million euros in 2023 and expects to have a growth rate of 23% in the current year.