Digamel is one of the many companies taking the opportunity to present their new products and services at the Mindtech trade fair, while at the same time generating business contacts. Its Industrial Division Director, Héctor Rodríguez Fernández, emphasises that this fair represents “the best showcase to show the solutions we can provide to customers”.
What is your participation in the Mindtech fair like and what novelties will you be showing to the sector?
Once again, we are delighted to participate in Mindtech, a fair that gives international visibility to the industrial sector of Vigo and Galicia. We will be repeating our 100 square metre stand, where we will have the collaboration of our main suppliers in the industrial market (Siemens, Schneider and ABB). Three machines will be exhibited on which industrial applications of our suppliers’ products can be seen. As in last year’s edition, we will also feature a space for Digavel, where we will showcase our solutions for electric vehicle charging in collaboration with our suppliers Circutor and ABB. We will also be showing our picture die-cutting service: you will be able to see samples of the finishes and videos of the die-cutting process.
What do you expect from such a meeting and how do you value it?
Mindtech is a showcase for the solutions we can provide to our clients, as well as a meeting point that allows us to connect with new clients and show our new products to existing ones.
What are Digamel’s divisions and their competitive advantages?
At Digamel we have been committed to specialisation for years, which is why we have created a series of divisions with specialised technicians that allow us to provide support and high added value solutions. In recent years, we have been able to verify that our commitment to this business model has helped us to achieve high and sustained growth in the market. Digamel has the following divisions: Industrial, Telecommunications, Electrical Panels, Lighting, Electric Vehicle, Photovoltaic, Substations and Energy Efficiency.
And how are they dealing with international markets?
We are a local distributor of electrical material (Galicia and Asturias) and currently our approach to the international market is mainly through our customers, who are increasingly undertaking a process of greater internationalisation.
What is the impact of technological and digital development and how is your company adapting to it?
In this regard, we have the technological and digital development of our suppliers’ products, which are increasingly specialised and require greater knowledge. It is a challenge for us to keep our technicians up to date, constantly evolving, looking for new ways to offer services and support to our customers.
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