The Basque company carries out its projects on all five continents: airports and sports facilities, among other infrastructures.
Lanik is one of the Basque companies with the most international presence in its sector. Dedicated to the design, manufacture and assembly of covered façades and retractable structures, this company, with its headquarters in San Sebastian – Donostia, also has offices spread over the five continents in countries such as France, Italy, Qatar, Australia, Chile and Mexico, among others.
According to Susana Lasa, managing director of Lanik, “we have the capacity to detect interesting projects and access them quickly. Having carried out so many international projects gives us greater visibility with clients. It also allows us to be more independent with respect to the specific situation in each country, thus minimising risks, decentralising income and, in short, diversifying products, markets and systems”.
As an example of its international work, the company from Guipuzcoa has recently completed a project at Doha Airport in Qatar, specifically a 14,000m² glass roof for its interior garden. Lanik is currently immersed in a project with the multinational Foster and Partners related to the new Red Sea International Airport in Umluj, Saudi Arabia, covering more than 24,000m².
In its commitment to Research and Development, together with Tecnalia, the company achieved EPD (Environmental Product Declarations) certification: “We are committed to minimising the environmental impact of our activity, through responsibility and efficient use of natural resources and reducing, as far as possible, waste, dumping and atmospheric emissions, as well as preventing pollution”, says Susana Lasa.
Looking to the future, the company’s strategy is to “increase and stabilise current customers while continuing to seek new lines of business that will provide us with greater recurrence”, concludes the CEO.