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Spain manufacturing activity grows at slowest rate

Spain's manufacturing growth slowed to its lowest pace in two-and-a-half years in July as new orders contracted for the first time since the end of 2013, a survey showed, pointing to potential sector stagnation.

Markit's Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) of manufacturing companies stood at 51.0 in July, down from 52.2 in June. But the index marked its 32nd straight month above the 50 line separating growth in activity from contraction.

The general trend towards stagnation seen in the Spanish manufacturing sector since the start of the year continued in July, Markit economist Andrew Harker said. 

We mentioned last month that the rate of expansion in output would likely slow if the demand environment remained challenging and we saw production rise at the weakest pace in nine months in the latest survey. There seems at present little sign of any impetus to growth returning.

New order growth contracted in July for the first time since November 2013, with the related subindex down at 48.7 from 50.6 in June.
Spain's acting government raised forecasts for 2016 economic growth on Friday, betting the economy will remain largely immune to an extended political deadlock after a resilient start to the year.


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Royal Enfield opens stores in Spain

Arun Gopal, International Business Head, Royal Enfield said that Spain and France represent two of the most important markets for the company in Europe.

Royal Enfield has witnessed good growth in both Spain and France thanks to its distribution network and increasing dealerships in the past few months.

In Spain while the two-wheeler market has grown by 23%, Royal Enfield reported sales growth of 300% between Jan - August 2015 over the same period in the previous year.
In France, the brand has witnessed an upward growth of 60% in the first seven months of 2015, compared to the same period last year. The company plans to open three more such stores in the coming year.

The company also unveiled its gear collection (motorcycle apparel and accessories) for the first time in these markets, and showcased its limited edition motorcycle range inspired by Despatch Riders, available in three colour variants - Battle Green Despatch, Desert Storm Despatch, Squadron Blue Despatch.

The gear collection and the limited edition motorcycle range has been inspired by the motorcycle 'Despatch Riders' from the World Wars.

Royal Enfield is rapidly expanding its presence in these markets with over 80 dealerships across France, and 25 in Spain.


Growth of Spain manufacturing sector

Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) of Spain manufacturing sector had a tremendous growth in April. London based Markit Economics survey stated that the expansion in output and new orders has been placed by the improvement of client’s demand. Market analysts expected the PMI index to reach 54.5 this month as in march it was about 54.3 but unfortunately it has come down to 54.2 in April.

As many companies in Spain continue to expand their staff levels, workers feel the benefit of the growth. For the past one and half months the operating conditions was improving. In the upcoming months the production growth of manufacturing sector in Spain will continue with the combination of increased new business, work in pipeline and rising employment. 

Stronger client demand, firms expanding staffs, higher new orders and increased production has led to the development. Euro faced weakness which has resulted in the higher prices for the imported items and increase in the input costs. Firms continued to reduce their output prices slightly despite rising input costs.

Andrew Harke, senior economist at Markit, said that strong rises in workloads continued to impart capacity pressure on firms, resulting in further solid job creation. The cost inflationary impacts of the weakness of the euro and by extension the QE programme are starting to be felt, with manufacturers highlighting rising prices for imports as the main factor driving cost inflation. Firms have largely been unable to pass on these increases to clients, however, amid competitive pressures.


Manufacturers Spain, Spain Manufacturers, Spanish Manufacturers, Manufacturing Companies in Spain

Manufacturers of Spain drive strong growth in manufacturing industry in Spain. Spanish manufacturing remains in growth mode for the past months. The most positive aspect of Spanish manufacturers is fastening the new order growth. The most successive manufacturing sectors of Spain are automobiles and electronics. New business formations are started increasing slowly to cover the demand of exports. Spanish exporters are larger than manufacturers. 

Spanish manufacturers’ exports increases expected profit for them. Spanish manufacturers give more productivity because of the heavy completion in domestic itself. Higher level of domestic market competition also encourages the Spanish manufacturers to give more productivity. Spanish manufacturers’ recent growth is comparatively higher than the other European countries. Though there is no labour productivity growth and negative total factor productivity they took it as challenge and drive such results by producing more products.

Spanish government offers incentives to manufacturers for innovation, technology, productivity, research and development. Nowadays the engine of Spanish economy supports the manufacturers in many ways to make their business less risky. provides a huge collection of Spanish manufacturers. It gives a platform to trade easier with the manufacturers of Spain.