Daniel García is an Inspection Operator at Ecrimesa Group. A sports and aquarium lover, one phrase defines him: Every effort has its reward.
- How long have you been working at Ecrimesa Group?
I started working almost four years ago. Specifically, in June 2019.
- What tasks have you performed there?
Since I joined Ecrimesa Group, I have been in the finishing section. At the beginning, I started in the automatic calibrating and straightening machines and after a few months, I began to carry out verification tasks consisting of ensuring that the pieces fullfil the requirements needed by the quality guidelines.
- How have you seen the evolution of the company since your incorporation?
Although I cannot make a very long-term assessment, I can say that since I joined, I have noticed a great evolution of the company, as well as an increase in the volume of work and workers. My colleagues, who have been here for more years than me, agree with this vision.
- How do you tell or would you tell your children what you do for a living?
In a technical way, I consider it difficult to understand what I do if you are not familiar with this professional sector. If I had to explain it to someone from outside, I would use the simile of my functions in the company with the profession of blacksmiths: once the sword is forged, we give the shape the blade should have.
- How do you value your work experience in Ecrimesa?
Very satisfactory, especially for the good work environment. From the beginning, my colleagues made it easier for me to adapt, helping me with everything I needed.
- What recommendation would you give to the new generations who are currently starting to work?
I would use a cliché: Every effort has its reward.
- What company would you like to work for, if only out of curiosity?
I have always liked sports, of all kinds, especially outdoors and especially mountain sports, so I wouldn’t mind dedicating myself to something related to hiking or mountain biking.
- If time gates existed, to which era of the past would you like to travel?
To the Middle Ages, specifically to the Viking age, I really like its history. Although I have to say that it must have been a very bloody time, I prefer the current one.
- Tell us an amusing anecdote related to your work.
I remember how a colleague tripped and ended up in a container full of parts. Fortunately nothing happened to him and everything ended in laughter for those of us who were present.
- Recommend us a movie, a series, a song and a book.
Series: Peaky Blinders.
Song: Nothing Else Matters, Metallica.
Book: The Physician, Noah Gordon.
- That country or city you can’t wait to visit.
I would love to visit Vietnam, I am fascinated by its landscapes and its culture, so different from ours.