Trek Bicycle Corporation is a manufacturer of bikes and accessories and components of American cycling, which it distributes under the brands Trek, Gary Fisher, Bontrager, Klein and previously also Lemond Racing Cycles. Headquartered in Waterloo, Wisconsin, Trek bikes are marketed through 1,700 commercials in North America, subsidiaries in Europe and Asia, and distributors in 90 countries around the world. In December 1975, Richard (Dick) Burke and Bevel Hogg created Trek Bicycle as a subsidiary of Roth Corporation, a dealer based in Milwakee.
In early 1976, with a staff of five, Trek began building steel frames in Waterloo, Wisconsin, within a mid-range market dominated by Japanese and Italian models. Trek built around 900 soldiers manually in that first year, each selling for less than $ 200. Later on, and in that same year, Trek Bicycle was incorporated into society.
In 1977 he opened his first retail distributor, Penn Cycle, in Bloomington, Minnesota. In three years, sales reached $ 2 million. At present it is considered as one of the best brands in the world.
Segafredo Zanetti S.p.A. Is an Italian coffee roasting company founded in the sixties in Bologna by Francesco Segafredo and finally acquired in the sixties by Máximo Zanetti. Today the Segafredo brand is part of the holding founded by Máximo Zanetti, Massimo Zanetti Beverage Group
At the end of the seventies Máximo Zanetti relieved Segafredo de Bolonia, a historic torrefazione of coffee owned by the homonymous family and with a discreetly known brand. Zanetti gave impulse and new vitality to the company, to which it added the own mark ("Segafredo Zanetti").
Initially, the company Segafredo Zanetti developed its activity in Italy, but soon dominated the domestic market and was leader in consumption. The expansion began in Southern European markets, but has gradually conquered an international market. The company has coffee beans, ground coffee, coffee capsules and compatible capsules, as well as soluble coffee, espresso coffee and decaffeinated coffee, among others. The countries of importation are Brazil, Peru and Costa Rica.
Viesgo is an energy company dedicated to generating, distributing and marketing electricity and gas, with a team of more than 1,000 professionals serving more than 670,000 customers in Spain and Portugal.
Viesgo operates in the regulated electricity distribution market and in the liberalized electricity generation and electricity and gas markets.
Currently, it distributes electricity through an infrastructure of 31,000 kilometers of network and has a generating plant of 4,150 MW of conventional and renewable energy throughout the Iberian peninsula
We recover a value that comes from a distance, because the history of Viesgo dates back to 1906, when this project was born as Electra de Viesgo, associated with the hydroelectric power of the Cantabrian municipality of Puente Viesgo, and the 25-kilometer power line linking it With Santander.
The twentieth century witnesses important investments and a sustained expansion throughout the Spanish northwest, which make Viesgo an important reference in the sector, with its current presence of electricity distribution: Cantabria, Asturias, Castilla y León and Galicia practically drawn.
In 1983 Electra de Viesgo was acquired by Banco Santander. Almost a decade later, in 1991, it became part of the Endesa Group until its sale in 2002 to the Italian power group Enel. In 2008 Viesgo became part of the multinational E.ON to finally be acquired in 2015 by Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund (MEIF4) and Wren House Infrastructure.
Today, the company returns to its essence, maintaining its focus and territorial strength, driven by new financial and strategic support. A company whose management, team, assets and work, focus on our country and develop a leading project in the Iberian peninsula.