MADRID | JULY 5, 2019


We’re pleased to announce that we have appointed Daniel Suárez as BRALO’s new CEO, effective immediately.

Daniel’s appointment is a clear reflection of the company’s current state: ready to take on the future and another era of growth and success. BRALO is poised for major expansion in the fastening market and we’re excited what Daniel’s unique experience in taking industrial companies to the next level by accelerating their innovation and growth can do for us. There is enormous opportunity for Bralo that lies ahead, and we couldn’t be happier with Daniel joining our family and helping us and our customers achieve continued success.

Daniel brings decades of experience to the company and has a proven record in the Automotive industry, developing activities in Operations, Production, Engineering and Lean Management. Previously, Daniel was Managing Director at Borgers Spain and Production Manager at Bosch.

Basilio López, our beloved former CEO, will continue to serve as President and special advisor to the management team. Basilio was one of the first to see the massive potential of the fasting markets in Europe and is responsible for growing the company to where we sit as a leader on the market today.  We cannot thank him enough for his leadership and contributions.  To us, he is a true pioneer and visionary, and will miss him tremendously.

For additional details on the news please see our official press release.


BRALO is the most competitive manufacturer of rivets and insert nuts worldwide, offering complete solutions in the sectors of industry, automotive, construction or renewable energy, among others. Since its establishment four decades ago, it has been carrying out a continuous investment program, with the development of its own technological innovations that, in some cases, have constituted a real milestone in the technology of fasteners.

Headquartered in Madrid, today we have production plants in three different continents, we are present in 10 countries and our workforce has exceeded 500 people worldwide. For more information, visit


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