Abertis is the international market leader in the management of toll roads, managing over 8,600 kilometers of high capacity and quality roads in 15 countries in Europe, the Americas and Asia.

Abertis is the first national operator of toll roads in countries such as Spain, Chile and Brazil, and also has a significant presence in France, Italy and Puerto Rico. The company has stakes in more than 700 km in the United Kingdom, Argentina and Colombia.

Due to the internationalization strategy developed by the Group in recent years, currently more than 70% of the revenue of Abertis comes from outside Spain, with special weight of France, Brazil and Chile.

For Abertis, the safety of drivers is a priority. We are continually investing in technology and smart engineering to make sure our customers have a smooth experience using our roads: safe, comfortable, fast and convenient.

Committed to research and innovation, Abertis combines the advances in high-capacity infrastructures with the new technologies to drive innovative solutions to the challenges of the mobility of the future. The Board Member is Sergi Loughney, Director for Public Affairs.

José Aljaro

Born in Cordoba in 1961. He graduated in Business Administration from Universidad Pontificia Comillas ICAI-ICADE.

He began his professional career at Arthur Andersen as Audit Manager. In 1991, he joined Grupo Cortefiel as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Subsequently, as Director of Strategy, Finance and Control, he participated in the international development of the Group until 2003. In that year he moved to a similar position in the González Byass Group.

He joined Abertis Infraestructuras, S.A. in 2005 as CFO. In February 2018, as Executive Officer-General Manager and later, after the entry of the new shareholders ACS and Atlantia, on November 28, 2018, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Abertis Infraestructuras, S.A.

In addition to his functions as CEO, he is a member, among others, of the Boards of Directors of Arteris (Brazil), Partícipes (Brazil), SANEF (France), Vías Chile, Autopistas Metropolitanas de Puerto Rico, A4 Holding (Italy), Red de Carreteras de Occidente (Mexico) and Virginia Tollroad Transportco (USA).