A delegation from the JCCM led by the Minister of Economy, Business and Employment, Patricia Franco, visited the Cameto facilities to learn more about the operation and notable expansion of the company in its different areas of work, such as, among others. , energy, specifically solar, hydraulic works and metal structures mainly.
Cameto’s steps in his expansion
The delegation, made up of, in addition to the counselor, senior officials such as the provincial director of the Ministry, Agustín Espinosa and the general director of companies, Javier Rosell, was received by the general director of Cameto, Antonio Ortiz and his closest collaborators.
Maintaining a productive meeting discussing important economic and market issues, among others, highlighting the experience and evolution that the company has had from its beginnings to the present day. The result of this is Cameto’s participation in different solar thermal projects both nationally and internationally, as an example of this are its work in the Ilanga CSP1 and Kathu solar thermal plants, both in South Africa, along with other Spanish companies, showing the expansion of our companies internationally.
Cameto production system
An important part of its success is due to both the production and traceability system used by Cameto in its projects and its environmental management system, and actions that are reflected in the ISO 9001:2008 Quality and ISO 14001:2004 Environment seals. Environment, demonstrating its good work by carrying it out with the best practices. The delegation together with the management team of Cameto have in turn visited the facilities of in order to learn more closely how the work that the company carries out in its different jobs that contribute to its success and evolution is carried out.”