The world looks different from the engine room of a ship, and 50 years ago even more. In 1967, Andoni Inda was forced to return home due to the outbreak of the Six-Day war in the Persian Gulf, which triggered the start of his lifetime project. In 1969 he founds Indalbi at Pasaia harbor, near San Sebastián, a company active in the repair, installation and configuration of governors, control systems and injection components for engines and turbines in the marine business. In 1979 the company opens a branch at Cadiz port, establishing Indalbi Sur, which since 1983 has been an official Woodward representative. Finally, in 1989, after successful collaboration and hard work carried out by the company at the highest level, Woodward appoints Indalbi Sur as “Authorized Independent Service Facility” for Spain and Portugal.