Personality in welding has a surname: Couñago
Sometimes a company’s personality is born out of a product or a business strategy. At Tesol, the personality directly represents a person: its founder.
Fernando Couñago (Redondela, 1952) is an essential person in the last thirty years of the history of Spanish naval metallurgy. Since the formation of the first company of the Tesol Group, Couñago has studied the development of the global metallurgical market and the application of welding systems worldwide almost like an obsession. The conviction that it is always possible to weld faster and with higher quality has led him to personally develop welding automatons that are now used in shipbuilding, wind turbine construction and even in the automotive industry.
He is a strong advocate of continuous investment in innovation in his own company, and is convinced that only the most advanced technological applications can save European metallurgy in the face of competition from third parties.