Symaga completes 15,000 global storage projects milestone

22 February 20242 min reading

Symaga, a leading Spanish company specializing in the design, manufacturing, and marketing of galvanized steel silos, announces the successful completion of 15,000 projects. As Symaga celebrates this accomplishment, they reaffirm their commitment to further growth in the grain storage sector.

Over the past year, Symaga has reached this significant milestone, contributing to installations spanning all four continents, from North America to Southeast Asia, and even reaching the Antipodes. With their galvanized steel silos, Symaga has effectively addressed grain storage needs in over 150 countries, showcasing their global reach and impact.

For almost four decades, Symaga has been designing and executing projects of various sizes and complexities across diverse sectors. From the demanding storage of Japonica rice to noteworthy food security projects in Turkmenistan, Egypt, and Bangladesh, Symaga has demonstrated versatility and expertise.

To commemorate this milestone, Symaga has produced a new video showcasing the company's key references across different geographical areas. This visual testament highlights Symaga's global presence and the successful implementation of their silo solutions in diverse and challenging environments.

In expressing their gratitude, Symaga extends heartfelt thanks to their customers for placing trust in their solutions and acknowledges the dedication of their team. In a recent press release, Symaga expressed their gratitude, stating, "Thank you to all our customers for relying on Symaga and to our team for their dedication!”

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