15/09/2021 – 11:33
Len will become the nerve center for the development of the firmware of all the large format printers of the HP company worldwide, with the transfer to this region of the part of the business that the company has in India.
HP has had a presence in Len for more than 15 years, and with the arrival of the ‘firmware’ development business for large format printers, the multinational reaffirms its commitment to both Spain and this region.
The company has explained in a statement that high levels of productivity, experience and great knowledge on these technological areas that has demonstrated the team of R&D of HP in the city have motivated this decision, reports Ep.
“Len has become, to this day, a strategic center for HP. Not only because of the innovation work that is ‘exported’ from there to the rest of the company, but also all the new lines of business and solutions that we are developing there, with a first-rate professional team that, many times, leads the new developments of the company “, has affirmed the general director of HP SCDS, Miguel ngel Turrado.
In order to tackle this project, the company has expanded its presence with new facilities in the city. It starts with a total of 750 square meters located in the Everest building, where in addition to the printing machines, The 30 people hired to start the project will initially work.
Until now, the development of the ‘firmware’ of the HP large format printers was carried out in Barcelona, Len and Bangalore (India), and it is at this time when it has been decided to move the part that was developed in the Indian region to the Leon city.
“The decision to bring this new project to Len will not only allow us to increase our presence in the city, but generate jobs and value, attract and develop talent, invigorate the economy and, ultimately, create new opportunities for the future for the region and, with it, all of Spain, “said Turrado.
Grupo Solitium will be in charge of all maintenance and logistics actions for the new facilities. HP emphasizes that this decision is a sign of the company’s commitment to its partner channel.