Jesús Alonso Villarón, Presidente del Consejo de Administración del Grupo Daniel Alonso

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Jesús Alonso Villarón

President of the Board of Directors of the Grupo Daniel Alonso. www.grupo-danielalonso.es

A benchmark company in the market, nationally and internationally, for its prominent participation in large-scale projects, linked to the manufacture of tubular steel structures. Currently recognized as a role model, for the constant renewal and adaptation to the needs of the industry. The Daniel Alonso Group is located in the Principality of Asturias, north of Spain and has a presence in Europe, Asia, America and the Middle East.

It has a consolidated reputation in the design, manufacture and distribution of onshore offshore wind towers and offshore foundations, pressure vessels and large metal structures for sectors such as petrochemical, energy and naval, and capital equipment goods for transport, transfer, waste treatment and military equipment, among others.

President and CEO of Idesa. www.idesa.net

Idesa has been part of the Daniel Alonso Group since May 2014, with an exponential growth that led it to become one of the most recognized and respected companies in the area of design, manufacture and supply of static and modular equipment at international level, being today one of the main suppliers of large manufactured equipment such as Coke Drums, Vacuum Columns, Fractionators, Reactors; as well as all kinds of Tumblers and Drums.

President of the Jaime Alonso Abruña Foundation.www.fjaa.es

Created in 2012, by Jesús Alonso and Patricia Abruña Ripollés, as a private non-profit organization, independent, without political or religious moderation and whose objective is to support children with serious health problems and alleviate the situation of these families. To this end, it sets in motion different initiatives to develop and collaborate on projects to improve the environment of the sick child, with social difficulties, with educational or development problems that public services can not afford, so that they can have the same opportunities than the rest of the children who have not suffered from these problems.

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