History of Stäubli in Italy

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1975 Stäubli Group entered the italian market by opening a new representation for commercial and technical support. This was aimed at satisfying the needs of Italian customers who already had a large and continously increasing number of Stäubli textile machinery installed.

In line with the Group’s diversification strategy, later on the Fluid Connecotrs, Electrical Connectors, and Robotics divisions were also introduced at the Italian branch, benefitting from the acquired experience in Textile. In 2007 Stäubli took a further step and took a stake in the Italian electronics engineering company Deimo, further expanding the electronics engineering capacity of the Group. In 2011 Stäubli Italia merged through acquisition of Deimo, that today is one product range of the Stäubli Group.

Today, with 100 employees, Stäubli Italia has its headquarters in Carate Brianza/Milan and in Brescia.

1975: Establishment of the technical and commercial activity of Stäubli in Italy, in Busto Arsizio/Varese.

1980: Opening of the office in Prato.

1980: Start of the commercial activity in the Connectors division.

1984: Stäubli settles in Carate Brianza (Milan) in a new industrial location and starts an industrial production activity.

1989: Start of the commercial activity of the Robotics division.

1999: Restructuring and widening of the headquarters in Carate Brianza.

2002: The Stäubli Group acquires Multi-Contact.

2007: Taking of stake in Deimo SpA.

2011: Merged through acquisition of Deimo SpA.

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