The Automotive Equipment and Components Industry of Castilla y León in the World Automotive Market: The Lingotes Especiales Group
Pablo Alonso-Villa () and
Pedro Pablo Ortúñez-Goicolea ()
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Pablo Alonso-Villa: University of Valladolid
Pedro Pablo Ortúñez-Goicolea: University of Valladolid
Chapter Chapter 15 in Companies and Entrepreneurs in the History of Spain, 2021, pp 247-265 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract Castilla y León, together with Cataluña, is the main industrial centre of Spain in the automobile sector. The great impulse of this industry in Castilla y León came during the 1960s, when FASA-Renault began mass production. Over time, its automotive equipment and components industry became important and has now reached a significant position, both in the national and global markets. Outstanding companies such as Grupo Antolin, Gestamp or Lingotes Especiales that have become leaders in the European automobile market in their respective segments. This chapter studies the evolution of one of those companies, Lingotes Especiales. His study has revealed a clear example of business success in a sector where it is difficult to compete in costs with the highest quality standards.
Keywords: Lingotes Especiales Group; FASA-Renault; Grupo Antolin; Automotive equipment; Spain (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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