Teléfonos, líneas y centrales, S.A.
Design, installation, test and maintenance of different systems in technological projects as contractors or subcontractors.
CONSTRUCTION & TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
AVDA. BRUSELAS, 15 - ALCOBENDAS
EPM Joining Date
Founders Cesáreo González García, Juan Ramón Chust Lerín y Federico Soria Gutiérrez
HUSSON AUDITORES IBERICA S.L.P
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At Telice we design, install and maintain rail electrification, signaling and communication systems for the rail and industrial sector.
Our mantra is “Technology on the field” which comprises in a single statement our mission for providing state or the art technology and know-how at a competitive price taking care of our customers’ underlying needs and the context where our solutions and services are delivered, used and maintained.
You are welcomed on board as an employee or business partner if you can help us:
- Develop our rail business internationally (we are currently focused in Brazil, Turkey and Colombia, but interested in bidding for tenders anywhere)
- Developing an innovation factory to help us gain competitive advantage in the rail sector or new business
- The pursuit of operational excellence to help us emerge stronger from the current crisis
On the Road to BME Growth
- 06/12/1973 - Transformation in PLC
|(thousand of Euros)||2019||2020||2021||2022*|
|Net business turnover||11.841||15.226||17.016||22.688|
|Average number of employees||114||114||123||165|
We are a contractor for railway electrification, signalling and communication systems with a sound reputation in the Spanish market for our partner-relationship & project management, quality, reliability and service standards.
Telice’s extensive experience and specialisation in such a competitive market with important entry barriers has positioned the company as a preferred partner to the realisation of construction contracts and services of the public administration, as well as construction and technology companies.
The development of sustainable public transport is one of the cornerstones of the European Green Deal, which aims at decarbonize the European economy, and of the Next Generation EU fund, which lays the foundations for a modern and sustainable Europe.
The European Green Deal contemplates more than 1 trillion euros in sustainable investments until 2030, while there are more than 100 millions in the Next Generation Fund (2021-2027).
Additionally, the railway sector is a direct funds receiver from research and innovation, and climate and digital transition