ULMA is a group of companies committed to its people and environment. It is a project based on people and open to an ever more globalized world. ULMA is one of the largest group of companies in the north of Spain, present in the market for 53 years and has a clear commitment to Innovation, Employment and Value Added.
Linked from the outset to the Mondragon Cooperative Experience, the ULMA Group is part of the MONDRAGON. ULMA’s identity is determined by an environment characterised by leading organisations in the fields of education, finance, research and social welfare.
With a history of a culture rich in Cooperative Values, the ULMA Group is now the future and is at the cutting edge of technology and the most advanced and optimised working processes.
In short, ULMA Group is a sound Group, with a personality notable for its recognition of the work and future vision of the people who made the present a reality, for its sense of belonging to a community founded upon solidarity, for participation and involvement in a shared project, and for the trust in its ability to advance towards the future. The gratitude and pride of the people who are part of ULMA Group’s history, and the transfer of its positive and entrepreneurial nature to future generations, form the essence of the ULMA brand.
ULMA Group’s Mission consists of developing a social-business project based on People and their comprehensive development which through the continual satisfaction of its customers, Group personnel, and external collaborators and its social environment, facilitates profitable and sustainable growth generating wealth and employment within a framework of cooperation, communication and active participation.
The ULMA Group bases its values on the Basic Cooperative Principles established during the “Mondragon Cooperative Experience”. These values are the moral beliefs and principles on which the group’s culture and philosophy are based and which it is intended will make it a singular and coherent business organisation.
The values that ULMA Group wishes to promote and which comprise its culture and philosophy can be grouped under the following four headings:
Cooperation, Participation, Innovation and Competitiveness.See more