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Selected by BestStartup.eu, the company was evaluated for its performance in the innovation, growth, management and social impact categories.
With over 35 years of experience, Motorline Profissional, headquartered in Barcelos, in the north of Portugal, was recognized by BestStartup.eu as one of the best electronics companies in the country, standing out mainly for its innovative route in the market and strategy of sustainable growth over the past few years.
In an area of approximately 13.000m2 and 200 employees, the company designs, develops and manufactures automation systems for homes, industries and traffic control in Portugal, and is represented in more than 50 countries through 15.000 distributors and professionals in the area, specialized in installation of their products.
Thus, the company constantly invests in research, tests and technological and visual innovations, seeking to meet the requirements and needs of each country. It also invests in the implementation of new production methods with the ultimate goal of providing quality products at competitive prices.
“During all these years, we have been working to achieve a level of high quality, in order to satisfy the greatest demands of the global market.”, says André Viana, founder and CEO of Motorline Profissional, and adds “In addition to the quality of our products, we bet on humanized and customized service, which makes all the difference when choosing our systems.”
Automations are increasingly present in the lives of Portuguese people and have stood out as a market in constant development around the world, which was even more evident in 2020 due to the pandemic caused by COVID-19.
The demand for solutions that reduce surface contacts, such as automatic doors, sensors and access control systems has grown considerably and it seems that there will be no return, after all, automation systems ensure safety, practicality and are increasingly accessible for all.