Malteurop in Spain

Malteurop became the majority shareholder of record of Intermalta in 1991. This was an important stage in Malteurop’s development, because this equity acquisition was the group’s first investment outside France, in the San Andrian (Navarra) malting plant.

The development of beer consumption in Spain and the gradual disappearance of older facilities, in particular brewery malting houses, mean that brewers need to be accompanied in their growth by the creation of a new barley-malt-beer production chain.

New varieties of malting barley have been introduced, and an ultramodern laboratory (Ibercebadas) has been set up to serve the industry. Spain is now in a position to take full advantage of its being one of Europe’s largest barley producers to supply quality barleys and malts.

With the malting plant at Albacete (Mancha), opened in 2001, and the new plant in Seville (Andalusia) in 2008, the total capacity of Malteurop’s three plants is now 315,000 tons.

Intermalta produces basic malts — Pilsen, Pale, Vienna, and Munich — from two- and six-row barley for brewers as well as malts for distillers.

Its three malting plants are ISO 9001 (Quality), ISO 14000 (Environment), OHSAS (Health and Workplace Safety) and ISO 22000 (Food Safety) certified.

Shipping mode: bulk containers and bags.

Intermalta's policy and sustainability performance are available upon request.

Send all requests for information or sales contacts to contact.iberica@malteurop.com.

San Adrian

Address

Paraje La Cerrada, s/n - SP31/570 San Adrian (Navarra)

Type Lausmann
Shipping mode Train / Truck / Container
Packaging Bulk / Bags
Types of malt

Pilsen / special kilned

Albacete

Address

Poligono Industrial Romica - Carreterra Motilleja Km 0,2 - Apartado 1232 - SP/02080 Albacete

Type Tower
Shipping mode Train / Truck
Packaging Bulk / Bags
Types of malt

Pilsen

Seville

Address

Ctra. Torreblanca a Mairena del Alcor km 3,3.

Cañada de Peromingo s/n.

41017 Sevilla

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Apdo. correos 8862

41080 Sevilla

Type Tower
Shipping mode Truck
Packaging Bulk
Types of malt

Pilsen