An important part of our identity as Ecrimesa Group is the delivery of top quality parts to our customers. The concept of quality, however, can be traced throughout all processes. And with a particular eye for detail, Emilio Fernandez has been key to achieving this.
- How long have you been working at Ecrimesa Group?
I started on September 1, 2015. I’m already going on 8 years. Time flies.
- What tasks have you performed there?
I have always developed tasks within the Quality department. Mainly as an auditor and within the management of the system.
- How have you seen the evolution of the company since you joined?
Always in continuous growth. Especially in recent years, when the general situation has been very unstable, and even so, the Group has continued to make important investments.
- How do you tell or would you tell your children what you do for a living?
I always say that I am the annoying one who tells people that we don’t do things the way we say we are going to do them.
- How do you value your work experience in Ecrimesa?
Super satisfactory. A good balance in the things I look for in a job.
- What recommendation would you give to the new generations that are currently working?
Not to be afraid to make mistakes, especially at the beginning. And that a please and a thank you are never too much.
- What company would you like to work for, if only out of curiosity?
Something related to botany and research.
- If time gates existed, to what time in the past would you like to travel?
Well, if I could travel in time, I wouldn’t choose the past. We already know, in one way or another, how it has been. I would like to be able to visit a future time; 1000 years from today, for example. To see how that reality differs from the one we have imagined and have been presented in so many novels and movies.
- Tell us an amusing anecdote related to your work.
I’ve asked people and situations about people I shouldn’t have. Always the same person. Nothing serious, but enough to make me blush. Let’s leave it at that. Apparently I’m a bit of a loudmouth.
- Recommend a movie, a series, a song and a book.
Movie: One of the last few months: Belfast.
Series: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Comedy about upper-class Jews in 1950s New York.
Song: Las Vegas, from Miss Caffeina’s latest album.
Book: The Winter of the World, from the 20th Century trilogy.
- That country or city you can’t wait to visit.
Japan and its mix of tradition and modernity.