The factory, located in Corvera, sells products to over 80 countries, and has generated nearly 50 job positions since 2012 and closed 2015 with a 27.1 million euros turnover
Corvera, 03/17/2016. Inmesol, a gensets manufacturer located in Corvera, was visited this morning by the President of the Autonomous Community, Pedro Antonio Sánchez, and the Economic Development, Tourism and Employment Counsellor for the Government of Murcia, Juan Hernández Albarracín. José Luis Solano, President of the Grupo Solano, Inmesol’s parent company, was in charge of leading them through the facilities, showing the work they perform at the factory.
Inmesol is a relevant company in terms of job creation in the Murcia Region, having created nearly fifty direct and indirect jobs in the past five years. It is therefore considered as an economic driver at the Corvera municipality, as well as throughout the Region. The current payroll includes 108 employees, and 52 people working for the company indirectly.
The Company, which is Spain’s largest gensets manufacturer with 100% Murcian capital, has a presence in a large number of markets, and today continues to multiply its production capacity. It has significant technological developments for its products’ manufacturing and a high level of specialized staff. Inmesol gensets can usually be found in industries, residential areas, sports centres, public works, hospitals, and hotels, among others.
During today’s visit, Inmesol’s management explained to the members of the Community Executive Committee about the work performed at the factory, the different production stages, and the latest technology that has turned Inmesol into one of the companies with the highest bet on research in the industry.
The company, led by its president José Luis Solano, had its 25th anniversary a few months ago, and is today present in 5 continents. As Solano said “the interest shown by the Regional Government into getting to learn more about Inmesol, both in the facility and in the work developed at the factory, is very important for our company, as it has taken us only 25 years to reach the highest level of internationalization in regards to gensets.”
Inmesol is committed to Environmental sustainability. Being certified in ISO 9001 quality standard and ISO 14001 environmental standard for design, manufacture, marketing, and technical support for gensets, lighting towers, engine-driven welders, PTO driven generators, and hybrid systems, is the evidence of this. Such certifications ensure that the equipment manufactured by Inmesol exclusively with European components meet both the European and international strict standards, including those related to gas emissions into the atmosphere and noise emissions.
Inmesol’s path over the last years is marked by growth. Since 2012 the company has increased its turnover in 6.5 million euros, despite the economic crisis, closing 2015 fiscal year with a 27.1 million euros turnover.