Tornillería LEMA joins MEK Group to strengthen their business expansion

MEK Group, in collaboration with Elkargi Consulting, has acquired Tornillería LEMA, a leading machining company in the automotive sector, in a bid to consolidate its business portfolio and strengthen its expansion in the international market.

MEK Group was established in 2016 with the incorporation of ORZA, the manufacturer Valentín Ganchegui, and Whitehole, Family Office of Alejandro Ormazabal to the initial project lead by Javier Alcoba. The Group’s strategic plan is to consolidate the high-added-value machining sector nationally, with a decisive focus on international expansion.

Against this backdrop, shareholders at Tornillería LEMA, based in Elgeta, have concluded that the company’s expansion is more feasible within a group with Basque roots, and which brings together all aspects of the business venture.

Lema’s plants in Elgeta and Mexico, together with MEK Group’s facilities in Germany, the USA and China, will increase their portfolio of machining services on the international stage, specialising in precision metal turning.

President of MEK Group, Javier Alcoba, said “Tornillería LEMA is vital to our expansion. It brings complementary technology, clients and markets, and above all an excellent team upon which to grow our group.”

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