Water Supply and Management

April 7th, 2018 Posted by 0 thoughts on “Water Supply and Management”

Water Supply and Management

The Region of Murcia, national and international water management reference, has turned its need for water into a competitive advantage through the creation of companies specializing in water resource management. These companies are known for their innovative capacity, high levels of technology exports and firm committed to the fourth industrial revolution digitization process.

Murcia is the leading Spanish region in water treatment and reuse per person, using over 90% of treated water for farming irrigation.

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Chemistry and Pharmaceutical

April 7th, 2018 Posted by 0 thoughts on “Chemistry and Pharmaceutical”

Chemistry and Pharmaceutical

The sectoral experience accumulated by Murcia has taken the region to build industrial parks adjusted to the requirements of the chemical industry. This is essential because due chemical industry demand installations such as waste treatment plants and specific piping, among others. For shipping purposes, chemistry companies have access to Cartagena, main Spanish port in petroleum traffic and one the most important in liquid bulk cargo in the entire Mediterranean region.

A large number of petrochemical industries with a cutting-edge technological and productive level operate at Valle de Escombreras

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Energy

April 7th, 2018 Posted by 0 thoughts on “Energy”

Energy

Murcia is a key region for Spain, the world’s fifth biggest producer of wind power, a worldwide leader in the generation of thermoelectric solar energy. Spain is one of the most advanced countries in the development of solar energy and the fourth largest manufacturer of solar power technology.

Murcia has optimal conditions for the development of all self-consumption methods.

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Logistics

April 7th, 2018 Posted by 0 thoughts on “Logistics”

Logistics

The Region’s refrigerated truck fleet, the largest in Spain, specializes in fruit and vegetable transport, an industry supplying European markets on a daily basis. Other factors allowing Murcia to be at the forefront of logistics are cost effectiveness, competitive demand-adapted services, industrial land availability, as well as logistics sector agents with ample commercial experience and industrial knowledge.

Murcia is a region located in a strategic axis for railway, sea and air connections, thus favoring logistical chain optimization through multimodal freight transport.

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Auxiliary

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Auxiliary

The metallurgical industry has been the sector with the highest growth rates in recent years. This is rather significant considering the fierce competition from metal manufacturers in China and Russia. A key factor for this sectoral improvement was the “circular economy”, the domestic demand revival and especially the increase of international sales.

The auxiliary industries of the Region of Murcia are characterized for their deep restructuring and upgrading process over the last few years.

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Plastics and Rubber

April 7th, 2018 Posted by 0 thoughts on “Plastics and Rubber”

Plastics and Rubber

The main companies in the Plastics and Rubber industry took part in the development of programs aimed at reducing plastic material weight and primary material consumption, using less energy in manufacturing processes and packaged product transport, recovering a larger percentage of plastic material waste and increasing plastics recycling and reusage. All this has contributed to environmental impact minimization.

The plastics and rubber sector has a long tradition, in part because of the significant demand for plastic materials and products from other regional industries.

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ICT

April 6th, 2018 Posted by 0 thoughts on “ICT”

ICT (Information Communication Technology)

ICT companies operating in the region specialize mainly in the design and development of IT systems, telecommunications, electronics and audiovisuals, customized software, ICT consultancy, generic hardware and software, web development and graphic arts. Additionally, over 90% of regional ICT firms are experts in service development.

The Murcian ICT sector is known for its workforce, comprised of highly qualified professionals

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Aquaculture

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Aquaculture

A complete network of infrastructures has developed in parallel to this industry, as well as auxiliary sectors that market cages, nets, water treatment equipment, antifouling products and feed. FAO foresees the world population will increase to 10 billion people in the 2030-2040 decade. Aquaculture, in addition to being an important source of proteins to feed people, generates wealth and employment and makes a smart use of water.

In Spain, aquaculture turnover amounts to €377 million, 40% of which is contributed by Murcia.

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Tourism

February 8th, 2016 Posted by 0 thoughts on “Tourism”

Tourism

Murcia has an increasingly diversified tourist portfolio. In addition to beach and sun, the region is also known for wine routes, trekking, water sports, archaeological sites, scuba diving…and a food scene clearly amongst the best in the country. If you are looking for excellent tapas, a combination of traditional and trendy bars and restaurants, and quality products at affordable prices…Murcia is your destination!

The increasingly diversified tourist portfolio of Murcia is based on an important network of product and service suppliers

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Agrofood

February 8th, 2016 Posted by 0 thoughts on “Agrofood”

Agrofood

The Region of Murcia is internationally known for its fruits and vegetables, ancestral expertise in agricultural practices, unique ecological farming conditions and high technological levels. The range of Murcian farming products is vast in terms of fruits, vegetables and nuts.

The Region of Murcia, with only 2.2% of Spain’s territory, accounts for 20% of national fruit and vegetable exports!

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