Masats Expands Its Facilities by 5,000 Metres Squared

The company from Sant Salvador de Guardiola has announced the expansion of its facilities up to 25,000 m2, to increase its production capacity.

The company is an international leader in the innovation and manufacturing of accessibility systems for public transport vehicles and has expanded its facilities with a new building of nearly 5,000 m2, that will be used for the manufacturing of aluminum doors for urban vehicles.

Outside view of a large facility building

In order to meet growing market demand and strengthen its position as a benchmark in the public transport sector, Masats has taken over a building located next to its current facilities, which now total 25,000 m2, in Sant Salvador de Guardiola.

Mr. Ignacio Elburgo, Masats CEO, said:

“We are pleased to have new facilities strategically located, which will allow us to improve our logistics and production operations, and to undertake the growth planned for the coming years.”

This new area will also allow Masats to rationalize the workflow between other production sections and add a 3rd production line for aluminum doors.   

In the coming months, the company will carry out works to adapt the building, with new investments to allow for greater efficiency in production, and the implementation of more advanced technologies to maintain the highest quality standards.

Masats has different areas of activity: automatic door systems for buses, coaches and trains; ramps and lifts for access of people with reduced mobility to public transport vehicles and platform doors to improve security in railway and metro stations.

This article was originally published by Masats.

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