Part of A. Silva Matos Group, founded in 1980, a family owned Portuguese Industrial Group operating in the steel industry worldwide, ASM Industries (ASMI) is a holding company that operates in the manufacturing of steel equipment for the renewable and marine industries. The company is nowadays a reference in the supply chain among the wind power industry. Since 2006, the company has already supplied more than 4000 steel wind tower sections worldwide, becoming a trustworthy, reliable and recognized partner.
Over the years, the company has strategically invested in additional fabrication capacity as well as in innovation and technology, in order to be always able to fulfil the expectations of its clients and partners.
It’s clear that the success is based on a solid and dedicated team, mixing the experience, know-how and the strong values of the A.Silva Matos Group, with the young, creative and ambitious team spirit.
Being a manufacturer of heavy steel products, ASMI has its focus on three business lines: wind towers, offshore foundations and marine structures. To fulfil its business strategy, it has created industrial capacity in three operating units located in Portugal, a country with long tradition and experience in the steel works, served by a long Atlantic coast.
Steel wind towers
Completed steel tower sections both for onshore and offshore application.
Parts or complete foundations, fixed or floating such as:
• Transition pieces
• Suction Buckets
• Floating foundations
• Any other steel tubular structures for offshore application
Marine structures – Wave energy, tidal energy, buoys, buoyancy modules, aquaculture.
ASM Industries operating units:
Located in Aveiro District: this facility is mainly dedicated to the serial manufacturing of onshore wind towers and other tubulars.
During 2016, ASM Industries invested 5M€ in ASM Energia, mainly in a new production line, the increase of the surface treatment facilities, additional storage area and rolling capacity up to 120mm.
This investment increased the fabrication capacity of ASM Energia by approximately 40%, from 18,000 tonnes of steel processed per year to around 30,000 tonnes.