Azkoyen Group celebrated its 75th anniversary at an event held at its factory in Peralta (Navarra). The attendees enjoyed a guided tour of the premises and the museum, where they were able to see at first hand each of the machines and solutions that have been a part of the company’s history.
Afterwards, they all headed to the Casa de Cultura of the Navarrese town, where its chairman, Juan José Suárez, began the official ceremony with an overview of the 75 years of the Group, from its foundation in 1945 to the present day. The event was attended by the mayor of Peralta, Juan Carlos Castillo Ezpeleta.
Tribute was also paid to the daughters of the founder, Martín Luis Troyas, creator of Talleres Azkoyen, who received a trophy in memory of their father. Special recognition was also given to the strategic suppliers who have supported the company over the years and to all the employees who have been part of the group’s past and present, especially those with more than 40 years of service.
Juan José Suárez, chairman of the Azkoyen Group proudly said: “It has been many years since 1945, when the first Spanish vending machines were created. And since then, the company has grown into a large business group comprising more than 800 people, with a presence in more than 95 countries. Everything we have achieved is, without doubt, thanks to our valuable human capital”
A day that reviewed the major launches and products that have marked these 75 years and that have undoubtedly left their mark on the sector and the region.
The event was affected by the capacity limitations set by the authorities, but these did not prevent the attendees from enjoying a unique day in the history of the Azkoyen Group. The event was also attended by seven members of the Azkoyen Group management board, as well as representatives from the Navarra company’s workforce.