This week, the Tecnova Technological Center's Board of Trustees approved the annual accounts. They exceeded the budget by 104%. Tecnova has experienced an unstoppable growth, with projects being developed and its 'knowhow' spreading to other parts of the globe, improving its agroindustrial sector and its economy.
One of these is the creation of agroparks, in which Tecnova contributes its expertise to the assembly of greenhouses as well as training foreign farmers for their proper exploitation.
Tecnova has close to 300 clients, 241 services rendered, and 42 agreements and contracts with institutions and companies at a national as well as international level.
Mari Carmen Galera is the General Director at Tecnova. She values 2021 as a year in which a lot of effort was made to reach more companies thanks to new lines in both robotics and biotechnology.
Galera stated, "We know that companies must work hand in hand to technology centers that understand and value the importance of innovation at an economic, technical, and commercial level."
Tecnova, currently with Jose Luis Estrella as its president, is looking to create a digital revolution based on sustainability that will bring about significant changes in the sector over the next few years.