Optimized storage solutions by Symaga Silos Spain

haresh-pandaya-symaga-spainTalking to Riceoutlook, rice industry veteran Mr. Haresh Pandya said that Symaga is a Spanish company specializing in the design, manufacture and marketing of silos of galvanized steel for the storage of grain, which are used in various sectors such as rice mills, breweries, factories of feed, port terminals, flour mills, bioethanol plants, dryers, flour mills and storage of raw materials for the plastics industry, biofuels and biomass. Backed by an experience of 30 years, more than 24 million cubic meters of storage and built 6,000 installations in more than 120 countries. Symaga guarantees optimal execution of any project. Symaga is a multinational company with the ability to give technical response to each project, with an excellent after-sales service, which exports more than 90 percent of its production. It is a dynamic and competent provider, the most reliable option for a long-term relationship. In the last 5 years it has doubled its production capacity by investing in technology and human resources, reaching 200 employees in 2015. Mr. Haresh Pandya explained that his role is not of a sales man but of an Ambassdor who wants to impart knowledge to the ever increasing technical expertise of the customers. “My association with Symaga spans 9 years where the focus is not on selling but my aim is to offer complete solutions to our customers for all types of storage.”

About Symaga Silo

logo-symagaAlfonso Garrido, basing the business in the manufacturing and marketing of farm silos and livestock equipment, founded Symaga in 1985. Symaga divided its portfolio into several business lines: Symaga Silos specialized in designing, manufacturing and marketing galvanized steel silos for storage; Growket, one line focused on livestock, poultry, pig and bovine equipment; and a third one specialized in manufacturing agricultural equipment such as water tanks and vineyard equipment named Agravid. Symaga Group invested huge productive and human resources in order to entitle these divisions as corporative unit.