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Mafex   - Spanish Railway Association

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Postal address Parque Empresarial Ibarrabarri
Iturriondo, 18 - Edificio A-1, 1º C
E-48940 Leioa. Bizkaia. Spain
Telephone +34 94 470 65 04 Fax +34 94 424 68 38 E-mail mafex@mafex.es Web www.mafex.es
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Description

Members:

 1. ALBATROS, S.L.

 2. ALSTOM ESPAÑA

 3. AMURRIO FERROCARRIL Y EQUIPOS, S.A.

 4. AQUAFRISCH, S.L.

 5. ARCELORMITTAL ESPAÑA, S.A.

 6. ARDANUY INGENIERÍA, S.A.

 7. ARTECHE (ELECTROTÉCNICA ARTECHE SMARTGRID, S.L.)

 8. AZVI S.A

 9. BOMBARDIER ESPAÑA

10. CABLES DE COMUNICACIONES ZARAGOZA S.L.

11. CAF - CONSTRUCCIONES Y AUXILIAR DE FERROCARRILES, S.A.

12. CAF POWER & AUTOMATION, S.L.

13. CAF SIGNALLING, S.L.

14. CAF TURNKEY & ENGINEERING, S.L.

15. CALMELL GROUP

16. CETEST, S.L.

17. CITEF - Centro de Investigación en Tecnologías Ferroviarias

18. COMSA CORPORACION

19. COLWAY FERROVIARIA, S.L.

20. CUNEXT COOPER INDUSTRIES, S.L.

21. DINÁMICAS DE SEGURIDAD, S.L. (DSAF)

22. DANOBATGROUP RAILWAYS

23. EUROGESTIÓN INGENIERÍA

24. DF RAIL, S.A.

25. FLEXIX, S.A.

26. FOREST TRAFIC, S.L.

27. FUNDACIÓN GAIKER

28. FUNOR, S.A.

29. GAMARRA, S.A.

30. GANTREX SPAIN, S.A.

31. GETINSA INGENIERÍA, S.L.

32. GMV SISTEMAS, S.A.U

33. GEMINIS, S.A.

34. GRUPO TRIGO

35. HICASA - HIERROS Y CARBONES, S.A.

36. HISPACOLD INTERNACIONAL, S.A.

37. IDOM CONSULTING, ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURE

38. ICON MULTIMEDIA, S.L.

39. INSE RAIL, S.L.

40. IKUSI, S.L.

41. IK4 RESEARCH ALLIANCE

42. IMPLASER 99, S.L.L.

43. INDRA SISTEMAS, S.A.

44. INECO

45. INGETEAM POWER TECHNOLOGY, S.A.

46. JEZ SISTEMAS FERROVIARIOS, S.L.

47. KIMUA GROUP

48. LA FARGA YOUR COOPERSOLUTIONS

49. LADICIM

50. LANDER SIMULATION & TRAINING

51. LUZNOR DESARROLLOS ELECTRÓNICOS S.L.

52. MB SISTEMAS, S.COOP.

53. MECANIZADOS MARTIARTU

54. METALOCAUCHO, S.L.

55. MGN TRANSFORMACIONES DEL CAUCHO, S.A.

56. NEM SOLUTIONS

57. NEWTEK SOLIDOS S.L.

58. NEXT GENERATION RAIL TECHNOLOGIES

59. PARRÓS OBRAS, S.L.

60. PATENTES TALGO, S.L.

61. POLAR DEVELOPMENTS

62. PREFABRICACIONES Y CONTRATAS, S.A.U (PRECON)

63. PRETENSADOS DEL NORTES, S.L.

64. REVENGA INGENIEROS, S.A.

65. SATYS INTERIORS RAILWAY SPAIN

66. SDEA SOLUTIONS, S.L.

67. SEMI, S.A. (SOCIEDAD ESPAÑOLA DE MONTAJES INDUSTRIALES)

68. SEGULA TECNOLOGIAS ESPAÑA

69. SENER INGENIERÍA Y SISTEMAS, S.A.

70. SGS TECNOS

71. SIGMA RAIL, S.L.

72. SOCIEDAD IBERICA DE CONSTRUCCIONES ELECTRICAS, S.A. (SICE)

73. TECHNOVE & SECURITY DEVELOPMENTS (TSD)

74. SIEMENS RAIL AUTOMATION S.A.U

75. STADLER RAIL VALENCIA S.A.U.

76. TALLERES ALEGRÍA, S.A.

77. TALLERES ZITRON, S.A.

78. TÉCNICA Y PROYECTOS, S.A. (TYPSA)

79. TECNIVIAL, S.A.

80. TELTRONIC, S.A.U.

81. TELICE, S.A.

82. THALES ESPAÑA GRP, S.A.U.

83. TRIA INGENIERIA, S.A.

84. VALDEPINTO, S.L.

85. VICOMTECH

86. WSP SPAIN

87. ZELEROS

88. 3M SPAIN

Management team

Chairman: Víctor Ruiz Piñeiro. Secretary: Jaime Hernani Bengoa. General Director: Pedro Fortea Echeverría.

 

Main products and services

Mafex has different working groups which are aligned with the strategic objectives of the Association: the improvement of internationalization, the improvement of the competitiveness of the members and the intensification of the representation of the Spanish sector.

Through the activities and services offered by Mafex focused on international promotion, it organises to foster collaboration amongst members and contribute to the identification of new business opportunities, by reinforcing the sector’s positioning. It organizes direct and inverse trade delegations, group participation in the main railway trade exhibitions worldwide, and the creation and implementation of in-house services.

To make their members more competitive, innovative and technologically advanced companies Mafex works towards the identification of calls at national and European level, boosting and managing consortiums for implement technological and non-technological project proposals and encouraging the participation of the member companies in R&D projects. In addition, different workshops and events are organised also to promote networking amongst entities.

Finally, Mafex does an intense work in communication and marketing to promote the sector and its partners at a national and international level, as well as to present and represent in different forums of interest for the sector.

 

Top products: BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS:1.  R&D Projects Office. 2. Participation in international fairs and congresses

 

 

Activity Non-profit association whose main objective is to serve the Spanish Railway Industry and the defence of the general interest of its current 91 members through the implementation of actions in the field of internationalization, innovation and competitive improvement and institutional relations.
For this, it is based on the experience and prestige of the Agex Group Federation to which it belongs. Mafex is a member of CEOE and UNIFE (European Railway Industry Association). It actively collaborates with entities such as Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, Adif, Renfe, Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Alamys, Uitp, Icex and Basque Government among others.

Activities by year

Activities in 2019: During 2019, MAFEX undertook many activities. It is particularly worth mentioning the second edition Rail Live! in Bilbao. A professional meeting at a global scale that has become a flagship event in the Spanish railway sector. It had the backing of Mafex, the Spanish Railway Association, in the organisation of the event, as well as that of the Basque Government. The SPRI Group, ETS, Euskotren and Metro Bilbao collaborate in the event's development. The exhibition also had the support of Adif and Renfe. Representatives from around 80 countries found the latest technological advances in the sector in the exhibition area. Furthermore, an extensive programme of simultaneous conferences was organised or with 300 international speakers and more than 3.000 visitors to the exhibition area.

On the other hand, Malaga was the chosen location of MAFEX's 7th International Railway Convention. Once again, the industry has welcomed this biennial initiative that has brought together delegates from 30 countries and more than 120 senior representatives from 48 Spanish companies and organisations to enhance cooperation between worldwide major operators, infrastructure administrators, railway companies and the Spanish Industry.

In 2019 Mafex also organised other networking activities with railway representatives from 80 countries, in which a total of 320 companies participated. Some countries visited were: Brazil, Germany, Croatia, E.A.U., Egypt, Ghana, India, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Senegal, Slovenia, Sweden and Vietnam.

In innovation and competitiveness area, RailActivation is a project coordinated by Mafex and funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The main objective is to create and piloting a rail business and organisational mechanisms for the uptake of workplace innovation by SMEs from the railway sector as part of an Open Innovation ecosystem.

In ​​the communication area, the Mafex Magazine was consolidated as a channel for the national and international dissemination. Communication and marketing actions were carried out through different channels (press, social networks, report notes, etc.).

Exportation In 2019, MAFEX´s associates exported more than 3.6 billion Euros, with turnover exceeding 5.2 billion Euros, and a workforce of over 30,000 employees (figures only refer to the railway sector).
No. of employees Associates: 88 partners (31.12.2019)
Nowadays: 91 partners
Activities Others, Business associations.
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