Mapei relaunches in Portugal with a new production site

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With an investment of 13 million euros Mapei relaunches its business in Portugal, inaugurating a new factory.

The global leader in the production of chemical products for the construction industry continues its international expansion strategy with a 26,500 m² site, of which 12,000 m² are covered, a facility that will allow the Portuguese subsidiary to increase production capacity, expand the product offering and strengthen service to local customers. The new headquarters will also host the Mapei Academy, Mapei’s training offer.

«We started our adventure in Portugal in 2001 as a small company – declares Marco Squinzi – and today we are among the top companies in the construction chemical products sector. Thanks to this new and modern factory, we will be able to respond to the demands of the local market and continue to grow, offering innovative, durable and quality solutions that respect the environment, such as our Zero Line of products with fully offset CO2 emissions.”

«We want to continue to grow in a sustainable way, strengthening our presence in the markets that we consider strategic – adds Veronica Squinzi -. With its stable economy, constantly growing sectors such as renewable energy, real estate, tourism and technology, Portugal represents a promising investment opportunity for our group. Thanks to the professionalism and vision of our local team, we are certain that we will continue to expand our presence in the country.”

With around 100 employees, Mapei Portugal has recorded constant growth, reaching a turnover of over 30 million euros in 2023. The company is also present in the country with a warehouse in Rio do Mouro, near Sintra. Over the years Mapei has contributed to the main residential, urban and infrastructural development projects in Portugal such as the Porto and Lisbon metros, the football stadiums for Euro 2004, the construction of the Church of the Holy Trinity in Fatima, the expansion of the Bring it to Lisbon, the restoration of the bridge over the Arade river in Portimão.

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