The numbers are looking better, but Spain is not yet ready to step forward and claim recovery from the economic crisis that damaged so much of its economy.
Meet Floor Verhorst-Willems, a sales-driven manager with a winner’s mentality and contagious energy and enthusiasm.
When cycling enthusiast Craig Gaulzetti found that no one was selling the exact bicycle he wanted to ride, he decided to build it himself.
Is it a car? Is it a motorcycle? The Morgan 3 Wheeler is a vehicle that shines like no other. It obviously has just three wheels. It is also made of aluminium and is hand-built by the Morgan Motor Company’s skilled craftsmen. At the start of the process, bare wood is trimmed, shaped and glued together in jigs. On top of a simple ladder frame, the wood is assembled into a body, and raw aluminium panels are hand-beaten over the frame. And when the aluminium is polished, the vehicle shines like the special star that it is.
The Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow, Scotland, is one of the most versatile, flexible and innovative structures of its type in Europe.
A new seat for people with complex postural and pressure management needs.
While many might view aluminium as an extractive, energy-intensive and emissions-heavy industry, Secretary General Ron Knapp of the International Aluminium Institute explains how and why the light metal can be considered a sustainable product.
The fundamentals of cooling an engine have not changed much in the past 50 years, but the technological advances have been stunning.
Traffic signal maintenance can be a perilous task for workers, but a new pole dramatically reduces the dangers and costs involved.
The world’s smallest manifold wins a place in a hybrid electric vehicle program.
The remarkable amount of construction that occurred in Spain before the economic crisis is now creating opportunities in other countries for its experienced professionals. A Spanish architectural firm that specializes in health care facilities is finding demand from all over the world.
Omega is the name of the innovative aluminium solution that has brought the Spanish company Granalu back to life. “It saved us,” says Miguel Vidal.