18 March 2022
The Deputy General of Alava has visited the DOM-MCM plant and has known in detail the investment plan, as well as the innovation projects they are working on.
Investments in equipment and digital solutions will bring a competitive leap and underpinning the position of reference in the international market of DOM-MCM Locksmiths
DOM-MCM has received the visit of the Deputy General of Alava, Ramiro Gonzalez, who has been able to see first hand the investment plan that, beyond meaning a step forward in the productivity of the factory Alava, will contribute to maintaining quality employment and generate more wealth in the Territory. DOM-MCM employs 110 professionals hired on a permanent basis at its plant in Vitoria-Gasteiz (Gamarra Industrial Estate).
DOM-MCM is an industrial company that manufactures, designs and markets 100% of the products in its catalog of opening and locking solutions in the Vitoria-Gasteiz production plant: security locks, cylinders, electronic locks and intelligent access control.
It has a relevant and benchmark position in the international market in terms of global locking and opening solutions for homes and buildings. At SICUR, the leading European security trade fair held at the end of February in Madrid, they presented their entire range of products and services "to an extraordinary reception," said Rodríguez.
It was founded in 1932 in Arrasate-Mondragón (Guipúzcoa), moving to Vitoria-Gasteiz in 1968. Since 2015 it has been part of the SFPI Group, which employs 3,900 people and has a turnover of 562 million euros.
The company is characterized by its commitment to Dual Training at the level of Vocational Training and Engineering University; and by being active in the process of staff renewal through partial retirements and relief contracts.
It is currently engaged in a profound transformational reflection within the SFPI Group on Social, Environmental, Financial and Commercial Responsibility.
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