Becoming one

We are excited to announce that as we are rebranding, as part of the ongoing evolution of Arribatec. To better reflect the new arribatec we will reintroduce ourselves and our new identity in the upcoming months. 

You might have noticed that a lot has happened in Arribatec over the past year. We’ve reached multiple milestones, both minor and major, and have previously announced these achievements, but here is a short recap:

We have been stock listed, tripled our workforce, made 6 new major acquisitions, opened several new offices, and established our presence in new countries.

It is safe to say we’re not who we used to be. To better reflect the new Arribatec, we are now enhancing our visual identity and branding to symbolize the unification of all our companies, and Arribatec coming together as one. Our new identity will reflect who we are today and who we aim to be tomorrow, as well as demonstrate the breadth and depth of what we offer.

arribatec rebranding project symbol

Over the next few months, we will reintroduce ourselves, our new logo, our new brand, and our new identity – all leading up to the launch of our new website.

While we impatiently wait for everything to come together, we  live in this symbiotic relationship between the absence of color and the presence of all. Not only because we are impatient, but to show that change is well underway.

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