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Corporate social responsability

Corporate Social Responsibility at TUBACEX is related to the company’s mission. In this respect, its mission includes its commitment to stakeholders, including respect for the environment, development of society, the professional motivation of employees or customer satisfaction. This commitment was formally ratified in 2004 when Tubacex joined the UN Global Compact and embraced its 10 universal principles, and we report progress made in each principle on an annual basis.

Another step in the responsible behavior of the company and the professionals that form part of it is the Corporate Social Responsibility Policy approved in 2014 by the TUBACEX Board of Directors, with the aim of establishing a reference framework in which to develop its activities and increase its business commitment. This policy covers economic, environmental, corporate governance and social matters.  Regarding the latter, it is worth highlighting the establishment of Fundación Tubacex to channel our commitment to quality, diverse talent and promote areas under development as well as acting as a lever to promote the UN Sustainable Development Goals.



TUBACEX announces consolidated results and ends 2019 with an EBITDA of €67.1 million

2019 has marked a turning point for recovery as TUBACEX order intake demonstrates. Although far from pre-crisis levels it has experienced an increase of 30% in relation to the previous year. This gradual and general market recovery is also enabling operating leverage ratios to be maintained for all business units and therefore, achieving double-digit consolidated margins.

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TUBACEX consolidates growth increasing its backlog

TUBACEX order intake continues to grow month by month and it now stands at 40% above the average for recent years. TUBACEX is involved in the final negotiation stages of large projects expected to be closed in the short term, which will represent an...

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