Ten years of Termicol

Beginning with just 500 m² of operating area, the company’s founders Julio Castro and Àngel Martinez have now built up a globally operating enterprise. Today, 24 employees work across a 3000 m² operating area in the fields of production, storage, administration and research. Another 12 employees work in sales. 20 % of the revenue is generated abroad and the annual flat-plate collector production capacity amounts to 240,000 m². Referring to its OEM and in-house production, Termicol claims that a key to its rapid growth is its investment in research and development. “Sharing experience with installers is very important to us and considerably influences, for example, the development of thermosiphon and drainback systems.”

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