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History

For more than 50 years, Marco technology has played a key role in the development of the industry; Marco equipment is recognized as reliable and robust in even the toughest marine environments. Here are some of the landmark events since the founding of the company.

  • Founding of Marco Seattle

    Founding of Marco Seattle

    - 1953

    The company revolutionizes the purse seine fishing industry with the presentation of its Puretic Power Block hauler.

  • Founding of Técnicas Hidráulicas

    Founding of Técnicas Hidráulicas

    - 1966

    The company originally focused on the manufacturing of pumps and hydraulic motors for the fishing industry.

  • First tuna vessel

    First tuna vessel

    - 1967

    Técnicas Hidráulicas fits out its first tuna vessel, Playa de Pedreña, for Pesquería Vasco Montañesa (Pevasa).

  • Técnicas Hidráulicas and Marco join forces.

    Técnicas Hidráulicas and Marco join forces.

    - 1970

    Técnicas Hidráulicas sign an agreement to manufacture Marco equipment under licence for the fishing industry. The two companies jointly set up Marco España to sell Marco products in Europe.

  • Extension of facilities

    Extension of facilities

    - 1975

    Seeking to upgrade its services to customers, our production and assembly facility in Spain is extended.

  • Focus on internationalization.

    Focus on internationalization.

    - 1990

    Técnicas Hidráulicas begins working on its first projects for customers in Asian and European markets.

  • Acquisition of Marco technology

    Acquisition of Marco technology

    - 2002

    Técnicas Hidráulicas buys full ownership rights to Marco technology. Marco begins to work with purse seine and other tuna fishing vessels around the world.

  • First Tuna vessel project in Asia

    First Tuna vessel project in Asia

    - 2004

    Técnicas Hidráulicas successfully completes its first project in South America by installing a complete set of deck and fish machinery, as well as the hydraulic system, in “Friesland” vessel.

  • First Tuna vessel project in South America

    First Tuna vessel project in South America

    - 2005

    Técnicas Hidráulicas successfully completes its first project in South America by installing its complete set of deck and fish machinery TH Marco as well as the hydraulic system in “Franz” vessel.

  • Extension of facilities

    Extension of facilities

    - 2012

    Work is completed on a new production, assembly, and quality control facility at headquarters. The new facility will allow Técnicas Hidráulicas to meet growing demand for projects worldwide.

  • First office abroad

    First office abroad

    - 2013

    Seeking to grow its presence in the Latin America market, Técnicas Hidráulicas opens its first office abroad in Mexico.

  • First tuna vessel in Korea equipped with sensing technology

    First tuna vessel in Korea equipped with sensing technology

    - 2013

    Discoverer tuna vessel in Korea is equipped with advanced load sensing technology, which improves the vessel´s operational efficiency and reduces its energy consumption.

  • First Sardine vessel project in Mexico

    First Sardine vessel project in Mexico

    - 2015

    Técnicas Hidráulicas successfully completes its first project in Mexico by installing a complete set of its deck and TH Marco fish machinery, as well as the hydraulic system, on the in vessel “Maz Sardina VII”.

  • More offices abroad

    More offices abroad

    - 2017

    Técnicas Hidráulicas opens its second office abroad in Manta, Ecuador. It also opens the first branch office in Asia in Shanghai (China).

  • New brand: TH Company

    New brand: TH Company

    - 2018

    Técnicas Hidráulicas is now named TH Company. The group is made up of two divisions includes the following divisions: Marco (machinery for the fishing and shipping industries) and TH (mineral processing).