Our commitment to innovation is present at all stages of our products.

We are committed to research

Behind the results obtained in manufacturing there is high-tech work in various fields of industry. Innovation takes place in three settings: the laboratory to analyze raw materials and other components; the R&D workshop to improve processes and products; and the manufacturing site itself, using state-of-the-art machinery.

Thus, our commitment to technological innovation extends to all phases of product development, from design to manufacturing.

We develop numerous internal research projects and collaborations.

Internal projects and collaborations

Our team is highly qualified, stands out for its entrepreneurial character and works focused on innovation. This has led to the development of numerous internal research projects and collaborations.

This spirit of searching for new technologies has allowed us to develop some of our products and to collaborate directly with customers in order to improve their products.

R&D&I projects in which we participate:

“Next generation efficient bus”. In this case, we are working on the development of advanced concepts for recyclability and structural lightening in collaboration with the Center for the Development of Industrial Technology.

Utility model concerning “Vehicle cladding fastening device” that allows rotation between two profiles joined by an elastic means without causing rotation of any of them with respect to the joint.

NEXTBUS, our commitment to the environment


NEXTBUS is an R&D project that aims to replace technologies and composite materials with others that are more environmentally friendly.

Under the title “Thermoplastic modular system with high added value for the bodywork sector”, this initiative will also work to cover all the shortcomings of current fiberglass parts (prfv) through the development of these new materials. Thus, the initiative will develop and experimentally validate a modular system made up of technical thermoplastic parts for the interior of the vehicles, which will also integrate pioneering solutions in the bodywork sector and adapted to the electric versions of these vehicles.

The Galician company Polirrós is leading this project, which has a budget of 369,418 euros, co-financed by the Center for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI) and by ERDF funds from the European Union, through Spain’s Pluri-regional Operational Program 2014-2020. The actions planned for its development will be completed in December 2022.