Ramon Beulas and Narcis Pujol created Beulas. They built bodyworks made of wood.
The chassis of a lorry was transformed into a coach. The staff was of twelve workers.
During the Spanish Civil War, Beulas built ambulance bodies for the army.
In this period, bodyworks were made to order for each customer, producing some 6 units a year.
At that time some 10 units were being made each year and the firm had 20 amployees.
They are years of transition. They build bodyworks made from wood, metallic, and mixed ones.
The area of the company is extended with 900 additional m2. Chassis with the front engine and rear engine are started to be produced, with a length of 12 mts and 59 seats.
Vehicles began to be standardised, particulary the front and rear parts. The staff by now consisted of 40 workers.
In this period, a new bodywork was created with its own design and personality, named BEULAS 75. The factory premises were enlarged to some 10,000 m2, of which 3,400 m2 were built up.
In the year 1980, Beulas obtained a big success with the bodywork models SUPER PANORAMA and PANORAMA. In the year 1983 was built the model EUROSTAR E-83.
Appears the model STERGO, and a new extension of the factory of 4000 m2.The total number of workers increases to 96.
The exterior market is increased with the Germany and England countries, besides Beulas take part in the International Shows from Italy, France, Belgium….
The staff of the company is 190 workers and the production of 200 units every year. A new model is introduced with two versions, Aura and Cygnus. This new design incorporates important technologic improvements.
Restyling of two models: the classic Stergo that will be called Spica, with a more modern design that shows a big dynamism and the remodelling of the minibus model Gianino. We are still working for offering coaches with a big quality, reliability and a high profitability.
BEULAS, S.A.U. is a family firm which started operations in 1934 and has grown constantly through three generations. The chronologic evolution is the following: