New Mafex members

The Spanish Railway Association continues to grow with the recent addition of 4 new members. with these additions Mafex has a total of 101 companies and entities that represent all the subsectors of a leading industry that is making its way around the world.

The number of companies joining Mafex continues to rise. These are the 4 new partners::


Uriarte SafyBox is a company that belongs to the Uriarte Enclosures Group, a multinational holding company with production plants in Spain, Poland and Portugal with presence and accreditation in more than 70 countries within the 5 continents.

They are specialists in the manufacture of fibreglass reinforced polyester enclosures since 1972. Boxes and non-metallic cabinets that provide the best protected space to any equipment of Electricity, Water, Gas, Telecommunications, Photovoltaic Plants, Railway Facilities and Underground Infrastructures, ideal in the most demanding and aggressive environments.


Acygs is an engineering services consulting business dedicated exclusively to the railway sector and specialised in all the consulting and engineering services associated with a rolling stock maintenance workshop.

They offer a personalised railway engineering service for each client, adapting to the needs of each workshop and project, developing their activity at an international level and successfully carrying out projects in the 5 continents, providing global solutions backed by the experience of more than 20 years in the rolling stock maintenance sector of the professionals who are part of Acygs.


Rail is being rediscovered as a sustainable and energyefficient form of transport. We understand the importance and implications of running these railway networks.
We provide complete solutions that protect your infrastructure,and meet the expectations of users and transport stakeholders for all key applications. These include
infrastructure, passenger stations, control and signaling units, tunnels and rolling stock.


Cellnex manages a portfolio of more than 130,000 sites – including forecast roll-outs up to 2030 – in Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, France, Switzerland, the United
Kingdom, Ireland, Portugal, Austria, Denmark, Sweden and Poland. Cellnex’s business is structured in four major areas: telecommunications infrastructure services; audiovisual broadcasting networks, security and emergency service networks and solutions for smart urban infrastructure and services management (Smart cities and the “Internet of Things” [IoT]).