News

2017-02-06
Grupo Antolin
  • Grupo Antolin today announced the divestiture of its Seating and Metal Business Unit to Lear Corporation, a leading global supplier of automotive seating and electrical systems.
  • The transaction is consistent with Grupo Antolin’s growth strategy, which focuses on existing business units with solid market shares and international presence.
2016-12-19
Grupo Antolin
  • The purpose of the agreement is to help recent graduates to enter the labor market through post-graduate grants and research assistant contracts.
  • Ernesto Antolin, Chairman of Grupo Antolin, and Manuel Pérez Mateos, President of the University of Burgos (UBU), signed the document in the Group's head office.
  • Grupo Antolin and the General Foundation of the University of Burgos have been working together on research projects since 2001.
2016-12-17
Grupo Antolin
  • This 22nd edition of the Grupo Antolin Children's Drawing Competition has attracted a record level of participation for this competition, with 1,526 children taking part.
  • For the fifth year running, Grupo Antolin has worked with Unicef through the initiative “A drawing = A smile”, raising a total of €11,000.
  • The prize-giving ceremony was attended by more than 400 people where those attending each contributed a kilogram of sugar to help the Burgos Food Bank.
2016-11-23
Grupo Antolin
  • Grupo Antolin has gone from being a small workshop in Burgos to a multinational company operating in 26 countries with a workforce of over 28,000 employees.
  • A commitment to innovation while maintaining the company’s traditional roots have been the cornerstones to its development.
  • “We support local companies in their internationalization efforts, opening up new opportunities and strengthening their future viability,” noted the vice-president of Grupo Antolin.
2016-11-22
Grupo Antolin
  • The integration of the cockpit division and the new plants are the main revenue generators
  • The company’s geographical diversity allows it to absorb a certain slowdown in the sector’s growth rates