Abertis Infraestructuras, S.A. is a Spanish conglomerate corporation. The company runs over 8,000 kilometres of motorways in Europe and America. Abertis manages toll roads and telecommunication infrastructures.
Acesur is a referent company within the olive oil sector in Spain, with 100% Spanish capital share and at the top five in the international framework. Its activity revolves around production, refining, bottling, marketing and exportation of olive oil and vegetable oil as well as olives, vinegars, sauces, mayonnaises and condiments. It owns many renowned brands such as La Espaṅola, Coosur and Al Amir. Acesur has also been awarded with many important prizes such as the Aster award to the Company’s labor or to the best Company.
Banca Cívica, S.A.
Banca Cívica, S.A. was a bank created as a result of the European debt crisis as an emergency response by the Spanish government regulatory authority "Institutional Protection System" that comprised the savings banks of Caja Navarra, Caja Canarias, Caja de Burgos and Cajasol. It became part of Caixabank on 3 August 2012, at which time shares for the company ceased to be quoted.
Beher and also called Bernardo Hernández
Beher and also called Bernardo Hernández, is a Spanish ham producer company that has worldwide fame. It is situated in the town of Guijuelo, in the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) Jamón de Guijuelo. This third generation family company was founded in the 1930s and is now one of the 300 biggest companies in Castile and León.
Bultaco was a Spanish manufacturer of two-stroke motorcycles from 1958 to 1983. In May 2014, a new Bultaco was announced, and the company will be selling electric-powered street motorcycles from 2015. The R&D department will be based in Madrid while the factory will be located in Barcelona.
Cabify is a Spanish transportation network company. It provides vehicles for hire via its smartphone mobile app. Vehicles are driven by their owners, who must pass a rigorous selection process. Operating in Latin America, Spain, and Portugal, the company offers two services, one for businesses and another for individuals.
Chupa Chups is a popular Spanish brand of lollipop and other confectionery sold in over 150 countries around the world. The brand was founded in 1958 by Enric Bernat, and is currently owned by the Italian-Dutch multinational corporation Perfetti Van Melle. The name of the brand comes from the Spanish verb chupar, meaning "to suck".
Cola Cao is a sugary chocolate drink with vitamins and minerals that originated in Spain and is now produced and marketed in several countries. The brand is owned by the Barcelona-based company Idilia Foods.
El Corte Inglés S.A., headquartered in Madrid
El Corte Inglés S.A., headquartered in Madrid, is the biggest department store group in Europe and ranks fourth worldwide. El Corte Inglés is Spain's only remaining department store chain, as well as owner of several associated businesses, such as:
Hipercor - hypermarkets
SuperCor - supermarkets
Repsol Opencor - petrol station convenience store
Sfera - fashion chain
Optica 2000 - vision and hearing
Bricor - home and DIY chain
Viajes El Corte Inglés - travel agency
Tecnologías de la Información y Comunicaciones
Centro de Seguros y Servicios (CESS)
Seguros El Corte Inglés - life, pension and reinsurance
Financiera El Corte Inglés
Fuerte Hotels is a hotel chain primarily based in Andalusia; Costa del Sol, Costa de la Luz & Sierra de Grazalema in (Spain). The chain consists of six hotels as well as two sets of holiday apartment complexes.
Galletas Gullón is a Spanish food sector company dedicated to the manufacture of crackers and biscuits. Founded in 1892 in Aguilar de Campoo in the province of Palencia surrounded by wheat fields, Gullón has been the leading producer of biscuits in Spain. In 2009 it had an annual production of 102 million kg and a turnover of 163 million euros.and in 2014 with a turnover of 286.6 million euros.
Glovo is a Spanish start-up founded in Barcelona in 2015. It is an on demand service that purchases, picks-up and delivers anything that is ordered through the app. The service is carried-out in less than an hour by independent couriers, called Glovers. Currently, its service is currently available in Spain, France, Portugal, Italy, Chile, Argentina, Morocco, Brazil, Costa Rica, Turkey, Panama, Romania, Peru, and Egypt. The app is available for free download for both in the iOS App Store and for Android in the Play Store. It is also usable on the web through website.
Iberia Express is a Spanish low-cost airline owned by Iberia, which operates short- and medium-haul routes from its parent airline's hub at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport, providing feeder flights onto Iberia's long-haul network.
IKUSI is a business group located in San Sebastián (Guipúzcoa), Spain which develops activity in the field of technological engineering and development for digital business transformation. The parent company was founded more than 45 years ago. Besides its presence across the whole of Spain, IKUSI currently has extensive international coverage.
ISOFOTON was a global company, present in over 60 countries. ISOFOTON was involved in designing, manufacturing, and supplying Solar Energy products. Its activities were centered in three technology categories: Photovoltaic, Thermal, and High Concentration Photovoltaic.
New Millennium Sports, S.L.
New Millennium Sports, S.L., trading as Kelme, is a Spanish sportswear company that creates and produces apparel and shoes. It was founded in 1977 by Diego and José Quiles and its products are destined for football, futsal, basketball, running and tennis market.
La Caixa, formally Caixa d'Estalvis i Pensions de Barcelona, is Spain's third largest financial institution, with a network of over 5,800 branches, more than 9,500 automated teller machines, a workforce in excess of 31,900 and more than 13 million customers.
Loewe, S.A. is a Spanish luxury fashion house based in Madrid and owned by the LVMH Group. It was founded in 1846. Jonathan Anderson was appointed creative director in 2013.
Mahou is a brand of beer brewed by the Spanish brewer Mahou-San Miguel Group. The Mahou brewery was founded in Madrid in 1890. Its most popular beer is Mahou 5 Estrellas.
Mercadona is a Spanish family-owned supermarket chain. Francisco Roig Ballester and his wife, Trinidad Alfonso Mocholi, founded the company in 1977, which began as a small butcher shop in Valencia. Juan Roig assumed the role of CEO in 1981 and the company has since expanded nationwide. In the 1990s, Juan Roig oversaw a series of changes companywide and revealed the new façade of Mercadona which was able to compete with its French competitor Carrefour and the co-operative Eroski. Mercadona has locations in 46 provinces of 17 autonomous communities.
Nocilla is a hazelnut and chocolate spread similar to Nutella. It is sold in Spain and Portugal, was first launched in the late 1960s, and after its acquisition from Unilever in 2002 has been manufactured by Nutrexpa.
Orbea is a bicycle manufacturer in Mallabia, Spain. It began in 1840 as a rifle and gun producer and began making bicycles in the 1930s. It is part of the Mondragón Cooperative Corporation and Spain's largest bicycle manufacturer. Orbea designs and builds bicycles, with some of the higher-cost bikes being made in Portugal but all the others made at the Orbea factory in Mallabia; the steel-framed bikes are made of Columbus tubing.
Plus Ultra Líneas Aeréas S.A.
Plus Ultra Líneas Aeréas S.A. is a Spanish long-haul airline based at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport.
Porcelanosa Group is a Spanish manufacturer, distributor and retailer of ceramic tiles. Products include ceramic, porcelain fittings, wall tiles, floor tiles, wood parquet, hardwood, natural stone, mosaics, kitchens, sanitary ware, brassware, bathtubs, shower trays, hydromassage cabins and columns, bathrooms, accessories, and bedroom furniture.
Renfe Operadora is the state-owned company which operates freight and passenger trains on the 1,668 mm Iberian gauge, the 1,435 mm standard gauge and the 1,000 mm metre gauge networks of the Spanish national railway infrastructure company Adif.
Repsol S.A. is an integrated global energy company based in Madrid, Spain. It carries out upstream and downstream activities throughout the entire world. It has more than 24,000 employees worldwide. It is vertically integrated and operates in all areas of the oil and gas industry, including exploration and production, refining, distribution and marketing, petrochemicals, power generation and trading.
RIU Hotels & Resorts
RIU Hotels & Resorts is a Spanish hotel chain founded by the Riu family as a small holiday firm in 1953. It was founded in Mallorca, Spain, and is currently owned by TUI and run by the third generation of the family. The company's business is focused on the holiday hotel sector and over 70% of its establishments offer an all inclusive service.
Roca is a Spanish producer of sanitary products. It is one of the leading brands in Spain with presence in more than 135 countries. 1999 Swiss manufacturer Keramik Holding LAUFEN gets acquired by Roca Sanitario, giving birth to the current World leader in the production of Bathroom solutions: the Roca Group. 1991 Jihočeská keramika from Czech Republic is privatized by the Swiss manufacturer Keramik Holding LAUFEN. The brand JIKA was owned by Jihočeská keramika, and is now owned by Roca group.
Servatur Hotels is a Spanish hotel chain based in Gran Canaria, founded in the 1980s. The company's business is focused on the holiday hotel sector and currently only operates hotels in Gran Canaria.
Talgo is a Spanish manufacturer of intercity, standard, and high speed passenger trains.
Made in Spain. Certification
All the brands that have the “Made in Spain” label went through two-staged system of labelling in REC