With over 800 bridge type machines and over 600 floor type machines installed all over the world, it is one of Europe's leading companies in the field of milling solutions designed to work in the most demanding production environments, such as the power generation, automotive, aerospace and railway industries.

Thousands of customers throughout the world continue to place their trust in our range of milling machines, manufactured in our Burgos plants. Nicolás Correa currently exports around 90% of its production to over 20 different countries. To this end, it has a broad network of distributors and trading subsidiaries which ensure direct, personal contact with customers.

Belonging to the group provides NICOLÁS CORREA with access to top-quality critical supplies and enables the company to satisfy all its customers' flexibility requirements.

NICOLÁS CORREA offers the widest range of milling solutions on the market, including bed machines, gantry machines, floor type machines and machines with a T-shaped configuration.

The entire range is designed and manufactured in Spain. Nicolás Correa, S.A. has been listed on the Madrid Stock Exchange since 1989. To guarantee a high-quality service to our customers, we have an extensive international commercial and technical service network, and are present either directly or indirectly through our agents in the majority of the world's countries.

Nicolás Correa History

  1. BC-2000

    1947-1957

    The first Correa milling machines were manufactured with a staff of just twelve workers.

  2. F2MV

    1957-1967

    Correa milling machines in the F2 range began to incorporate electromagnetic clutches which enabled them to increase their roughing capacity, while maintaining the same level of precision.

  3. F5UA

    1967-1975

    Nicolás Correa began to manufacture larger milling machines, with squared and cubed cycles that rendered them more competitive at an international level.

  4. A-20

    1977-1987

    At the end of the 1970s, the structure of the milling machines was modified, and they started to incorporate beds in order to offer greater robustness. For the first time, Nicolás Correa began to use 'box in box' technology in the design of its milling machines.

  5. A-30

    1987-1997

    The Correa A-30 milling machine was a major innovation, since it incorporated a numerical control. Moreover, thanks to its larger size, it was able to machine larger parts. During this period, specifically in 1989, Nicolás Correa was floated on the Madrid Stock Exchange.

  6. L-30

    1990-2004

    Nicolás Correa launched its first floor type machine. The L-30 could machine large parts as well as work in pendulum mode.

  7. FP-30

    1997-2007

    The FP range machines represented a completely new type of bridge type machine which enabled Nicolás Correa to become the leading manufacturer of bridge type milling machines in Europe.

  8. AXIA

    2003-TODAY

    Nicolás Correa has developed its range of state-of-the-art floor type milling machines by applying 'box in box' technology and incorporating the most advanced ram drop correction system currently on the market.

  9. VERSA

    2007-TODAY

    Nicolás Correa launched the Versa family onto the market. By applying only the very latest technology, Nicolás Correa now manufactures a range of the largest bridge type machines in its history.

  10. FOX

    2014-TODAY

    Nicolás Correa launched the Fox family onto the market. This family combines all the knowledge and experience accumulated by the company over the last 20 years in the field of bridge type machine manufacture. The Fox range incorporates a unique series of systems for controlling the temperature in the vertical axis.