TECADE receives the ESIC ASTER award for its business career

Yesterday took place the ceremony of the Aster Awards of Western Andalusia organized by the ESIC business school in the Expo Building in Seville, where TECADE got the award for its Business Trajectory and the businessman Álvaro Moreno in the category of Best Entrepreneur. The Aster Awards have been granted by ESIC nationwide for 38 years.

The event was held together with the Graduation of the Posgraduate ESIC students 2019 and attended by about 500 people, including the Director General of ESIC, Eduardo Gómez Martín; the Director of ESIC Sevilla, Patricia Cuevas; the General Secretary of Economy of the Junta de Andalucía, Manuel Hidalgo; representatives of the Seville City Council, public and private entities.

The first award was granted to the businessman Álvaro Moreno as Best Entrepreneur for the achievements made with his fashion firm in the textile sector. Afterwards, the award was given to TECADE in the Business Trajectory category for all its successes achieved throughout its 30 years of experience.

The award was received by Antonio Camino Muñoz, CEO of TECADE who stressed the importance of this recognition to the constant effort and teamwork of all the people who are and have been part of TECADE, making special mention to its founder and father Antonio Camino Salas and family

“We will continue to strive to be an example of work and evolution, that with not much means in our beginnings but with a lot of heart and sacrifice, we could improve ourselves day by day to achieve our goals as a company.”

A trajectory that began in 1986 as a family business dedicated to the manufacture of agricultural equipment and agricultural facilities in Utrera, and that has evolved to today, one of the main reference companies in the sector of metal bridges, large structures Special and Offshore: both renewable (wind) and oil & gas.

Currently, the company is focused on the search for new objective markets in the international area and diversification within the sector, making a clear commitment to renewable energies “which are a latent reality and will have an important development in the coming years.”