Antonio García Marcos, Teldat’s president, has been invited to the luncheon at the Royal Palace offered by Their Majesties the King and Queen of Spain in honour of the President of the Federal Republic of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, and his wife, Elke Büdenbender. This event is one of the many organised on account of the dignitary’s official visit to Spain, aimed at enhancing and deepening the strong cultural and commercial ties between both countries.
The presence of Antonio Garcia Marcos at this luncheon stems from the close link between Teldat and Germany. The relationship flourished in 2012, when the Spanish group Teldat bought the German company bintec elmeg GmbH. As a result, we now boast work teams made up of German and Spanish experts in areas such as R&D and product marketing. Our goal is to design, manufacture and market advanced telecommunication solutions in both countries, particularly when it comes to SD-WAN networks, a technology for which Teldat is a European leader. It is worth highlighting that, from its Spanish/German headquarters, Teldat has commercial ties with over 40 countries.
A delegation from COIT visits Teldat headquarters
The company’s new CEO, Antonio García Romero, is registered as a member of COIT