The production centre of the Danish company Rose Holm in Spain will finally be located in the Noáin-Esquíroz industrial estate


The company also announced that in the coming months it will acquire the necessary machinery to start up its activity. In this way, the Autonomous Community of Navarra will add a new manufacturer of fastening solutions for wind turbines, plate heat exchangers and other industrial applications to its productive fabric.

Rose Holm will establish its first production centre in Spain at number 11, calle G, in the Noáin Esquíroz industrial estate. This was confirmed by its top manager, Enrique Iriarte, after signing the corresponding contract with the owner of the space, Ángel Arraiza. ‘We are preparing to set up our automated production in Spain, with the aim of producing and shipping our first load of articles from Navarre’, the Nordic company assured.

From there, the company’s roadmap is to expand from this location so that it can supply its customers in southern Europe. The Danish company, incorporated in 1953, is a family-owned SME that, over the past four years, has established two new highly automated production facilities, one in Denmark and one in the United States, to supply bolts and threaded rods to key players in the global wind energy sector.

When the project was announced last April, its delegate in the region, Enrique Iriarte wanted to extend his gratitude to the Government of Navarre, especially through Sodena, for its role in ‘attracting foreign investment and strengthening the industrial fabric in the renewable energy sector in accordance with the strategic sectors established by the Sustainable Strategy for Smart Specialisation (S4) promoted by the region’.