This week, Solid Engineering, an engineering consultancy operating in Spain since 1996, has launched its new website. The site is focused in the international expansion of the company.

The web focuses efforts on showing the different locations that the company has been expanding in last months. The offices in Barcelona, Madrid, Stuttgart and Sri Lanka are displayed on the map of offices with other locations where Solid Engineering also has commercial presence, as UK or U.S.A.

Among the services Solid Engineering shows on its website, the company focuses in Outsourcing services and Back Office engineering services.

Solid Engineering helps their clients to meet their business objectives by providing them with outsourcing services in engineering (such as product development, simulation and machine design as well as offering experienced engineers on-site) and operational (purchasing, supply chain, quality etc) areas. Their clients are companies of a variety of sectors in the five continents. Among the clients listed in your website can see brands like Hewlett Packard, Bosch, Velcro, Lear Corporation, Ausa or ABB.

Some sectors where Solid Engineering operate are aeronautical, automotive, civil engineering, consumer products, distribution, electronics, industrial equipment, mechanisms, medical, pharma, railway, resources and transport.

The new website also has a section dedicated for candidates who wish to work in the company, where they can see the latest job offers and leave their CV for future nominations.

Currently, Solid Engineering has a Team of over 70 engineers of different profiles. In addition to the web, candidates may follow the latest news from the company through different social networks where Solid Engineering has profiles (Linkedin, Twitter, Google+, Facebook and Xing).

Solid Engineering currently has more than 100 active clients and a large team of experts who work daily on projects with leading companies. The recent opening of new offices and the new website is another step in its international expansion.