Jump Main Menu. Go directly to the main content (Acces key S)

Siemens Gamesa



You are in:

  1. Home
  2. Communication
  3. News

Start of main content

Gamesa steps up purchasing from Spanish suppliers by 17% in 2016

09 March 2017

  • The company purchased €936m worth of goods and services from more than 3,200 suppliers

Gamesa purchased €936 million worth of goods and services from Spanish suppliers in 2016, marking year-on-year growth of 17%, with the attendant positive impact in terms of wealth and job creation.

In addition, last year Gamesa increased its Spanish supplier base by 36%, adding 859 new companies to bring the total to 3,237 suppliers.

Spain accordingly accounts for the biggest share of the company's purchases: 25% by volume and 33% in terms of number of suppliers.

By region, the investment in the Basque region stands out, with a base of 810 suppliers and purchase volume of €321 million, followed by Navarre, where the firm purchased €162 million of good and services from 359 suppliers. Elsewhere, expenditure on the 568 Madrid-based companies amounted to €140 million.

It is also worth highlighting the regions of Asturias (€77m), Catalonia (€60m), Valencia (€41m), Castile la Mancha (€21m) and Castile & León (€19m).

Footprint in Spain
With its headquarters in Zamudio (Vizcaya) and offices in Madrid and Navarre, Gamesa has nearly 4,000 employees in Spain. Moreover, the company has established itself as the country's largest turbine OEM, having installed more than 12,200 MW, which is over 53% of total installed capacity.

The company also boasts an entrenched industrial presence in the country, with 16 factories from which it manufactures the main parts for its turbines.

Lastly, Gamesa also fosters innovation and training in the wind energy arena by collaborating with leading universities and technology centres across the country.

Search News

Date range :

End of main content


©  Gamesa 2017

  • Follow us on Twitter
  • Follow us on Facebook
  • Follow us on Youtube
  • Follow us on Linkedin