Algasol moves west, leaving Spain for Arizona

We recently caught up with Miguel Verhein, CEO of Spain's Algasol. He had a lot of news to relate, starting with the company's big move "from sunny Spain to sunnier Arizona." When we asked about the rationale for such a drastic relocation, he explained that the primary reason is to be closer to Ariz...

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