The Biscayan company manufactures metal parts from tubes for the automotive sector, which are assembled in Volkswagen, Renault, Ford, Mercedes or Stellantis vehicles. In the short to medium term, it expects to increase exports by up to 45% and to increase its annual turnover, which is around 5.3 million euros, by 20%.
Institutional representatives of the Euroregion met in the framework of Go Mobility, the electric mobility fair held in Irun, where they signed different collaboration agreements aimed at developing joint projects in the field of electric mobility. Representantes institucionales de la Euroregión se han reunido en el marco de Go Mobility, la feria de movilidad eléctrica…
Walter Pack is participating in the TREASURE project, a research and innovation initiative co-funded by the European Commission under the H2020 program that seeks to offer new opportunities to test innovative technologies that make the automotive sector more circular.
The system is fed by information captured by the car’s own cameras and data from different sensors that provide information on vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists and road conditions.
The Biscayan company has carried out projects for brands such as Mercedes, Volkswagen or Toyota.