Gurpea Group plans to close the year with a turnover of 30 million euros after increasing its revenues by 50 %


In addition, the company plans to celebrate its 20th anniversary with an increase in employment. Specifically, it plans to increase its workforce from the current 265 employees to 280 thanks to the growth in its order book. And, above all, the good momentum of its new business lines: Gurpea Green Tech and GTM Mexico. The Navarrese company Tetrace also participates in the latter.

Gurpea Group’s current expansion of activity has its origins in the acquisition of two companies in 2015 and 2021, as well as the opening of new offices in Catalonia and Mexico, and the installation of work centres throughout the north of Spain. This expansion has consolidated its position as a leader in the provision of comprehensive automation engineering and industrial maintenance services.

On the other hand, the company has sought to reinforce its position by creating a new group structure, Gurpea Group, which supports all its business lines with infrastructure and experience, strengthening its competitiveness in a constantly growing market. In this sense, the inauguration of a new headquarters in the Navarrese town of Barbatáin, with production facilities of 4,000 square metres, has contributed to this consolidation.

After two decades of work, Gurpea Group’s client portfolio includes such important references as Volkswagen, Cinfa, Schneider, General Mills, SMP, Mercedes, Monbake and Solidus, to name but a few. In view of all these milestones, the company announces, on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of its foundation, “a firm commitment to investment in new technologies as well as a strong commitment to human capital and talent”. Thus, its directors expect to deepen its “differentiation strategy” vis-à-vis its most direct competitors as well as to improve its efficiency “and offer innovative services” to its customers. “In short, to maintain a solid and sustainable advantage in the long term in the face of a highly competitive and changing environment,” they concluded.