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Luis Manuel Suárez, new General Manager of Renfe Ingeniería y Mantenimiento

He takes over from Javier Bujedo, General Manager of Renfe Fabricación y Mantenimiento since February 2019.

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Renfe continues with the renewal of its top management as part of the implementation of the Renfe 28 management model. Today, the Spanish public rail operator announced the appointment of Luis Manuel Suárez as the new General Manager of Ingeniería y Mantenimiento (Engineering and Maintenance).

Luis Manuel Suárez, 47, is an industrial engineer with an extensive career in the sector. He is a career civil servant in the State Corps of Industrial Engineers and holds a PMP (Project Management Professional) certification. Since 2018 he has held the position of Head of Technical Cabinet at SGIPYME in the Ministry of Industry and Tourism.

During his professional career, he has accumulated vast experience in industrial policy and Connected Industry, having worked at the Ministry of Industry since 2016. Before his time at the ministry, he was involved in large industrial and construction projects in companies such as OHL and Fiaga.

In his new position, Suárez will focus on improving all Renfe Engineering and Maintenance production processes, using digitalisation as a key tool. He will also oversee the integration into Renfe’s rolling stock of new high-speed and Public Service trains, all equipped with the latest technology, to restructure Renfe’s industrial area.

Renfe’s president, Raül Blanco, has expressed his confidence that the incorporation of Suárez will contribute to the company’s transformation in the coming years, in line with the Renfe Strategic Plan Renfe28.

Luis Manuel Suárez succeeds Javier Bujedo, who has spent his entire professional career at Renfe, in various areas related to train manufacturing and maintenance. Bujedo will leave Renfe after an orderly transition process.

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