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Spanish companies in Slovakia

Arcoiris, Ladomerská Vieska, www.arcoiris.sk - business representative of Realonda, a Spanish company producing ceramic tiles

Arcoiris, Ladomerská Vieska, www.arcoiris.sk
- business representative of Realonda, a Spanish company producing ceramic tiles

Bilbao, Vrútky, www.bilbao.sk
- business representative of Pro-Slovak, a real-estate developer

Cikautxo Sk, Nové Zámky, www.cikautxo.es
- member of the Cikautxo group, producing coolant hoses for cars

Cortizo Slovakia, Nová Baňa, www.grupocortizo.com
- member of the Cortizo Group, produces aluminium extru- sions, treatments for surfaces, lacquering and anodising

Elastorsa Slovakia, Martin, www.elastorsa.com
- member of the Elastorsa group, producing rubber products and polymers from rubber compounds

Estamp Slovakia, Zlaté Moravce, www.estamp.sk
- production of moulded parts for the automotive industry

Fagor Ederlan Slovensko, Žiar nad Hronom, www.fagorederlan.sk
- operates the ZSNP Foundry, the diecasting plant of Fagor Ederlan in Slovakia

Laufen SK, Bratislava, www.roca.com
- Slovak branch of the Roca company, a leader in the bathroom business

Mediterránea Real Estate Investments, Bratislava, www.mediterranea.cz
- purchase of property abroad and investment in foreign property

Posca Slovakia, Bratislava, www.posca.sk
- development of residential real estate, with a focus on middle-market homes

Seat Import, Bratislava, www.seat.sk
- importer of Spanish-made cars and automotive industry products

Telefónica O2 Slovakia, Bratislava, www.sk.o2.com
- one of Slovakia’s three mobile operators

Topic: Foreigners in Slovakia

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