Inima’s €3 billion global ambition

OHL’s water subsidiary was the first of the Spanish water groups to go international. Director general Antonio García-Zarandieta thinks the business can quadruple in size over the next five years. Richard Weyndling reports.

Spanish companies are increasingly a force to be reckoned with in the global water market. Backed by the financial muscle of the construction giants which own them, their technical and operational expertise honed in a domestic market kept buoyant by generous public funding, these firms are now winning major water infrastructure and concession contracts around the world.

The company that ...

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