The Mail Company will continue to be a Bronze sponsor of IFMA Spain for another year

Luis del Barrio receives the recognition from Marc Blasco, Member of the Board of Directors of IFMA Spain and Sponsor of the Commission of Partners and Sponsors.

The Mail Company has renewed its Bronze sponsorship agreement with IFMA Spain for one more year. As recognition, the company received the seal that accredits it as a Company Committed to the Development of Facility Management in Spain, an event that took place within the framework of the Annual Forum of Sponsors of IFMA Spain held in Madrid on September 9.

The company has been an active contributor to the association since 2015 and a Bronze sponsor for the past three years. “We are delighted to continue collaborating with IFMA Spain, an association with which we have so many common objectives and which has helped us to position in a relevant way in the Facility Management market as specialists in managing and optimizing the information and documentation flows, ”says Luis del Barrio, the company’s Business Director. “Our intention is to continue in this line because we are convinced that together we will achieve common goals more easily,” he adds.

The Mail Company has been a member of the entity for nearly twenty years, having been part of the original association SEFM (Spanish Society of Facility Management), which was integrated into IFMA in 2011. “We are very satisfied with the distinction received, which recognizes our work of more than a decade promoting and spreading Facility Management, ”says del Barrio.

IFMA Spain is the Spanish chapter of the International Facility Management Association and aims to promote awareness of this profession and the added value it brings to the business world and society. Born in 2002, the entity has more than 850 associates, ranging from independent professionals and Facility Managers of companies to companies that provide services or consulting. The 2021 edition of the IFMA Spain Sponsors’ Forum, with more than 75 attendees, welcomed the representatives of its more than 50 sponsoring and collaborating companies to address the future challenges of the sector.