Mobitecno, the well-known Turin-based manufacturer of medical vehicles, joins the Focaccia Group
During an important supply to the Brindisi, Taranto, and Lecce Local Health Authorities, but also thanks to thanks to Mobitecno’s decades of know-how, Focaccia Group was able to accelerate the growth of its Medical Vehicle Division by immediately offering a complete range of dedicated products and services. The merger process will take place over time. However, the integration into the Focaccia Group began a few months ago.
Riccardo Focaccia, the group’s CEO, stated in a note: “We are adding 20 years of experience and first-class skills to the cultural background of the Focaccia Group, and if we think in terms of commercial diversification, we become more and more adaptable to market trends”.
Mobitecno srl will operate from the plants in Strada Orbassano in Beinasco and will give continuity, with the entire workforce, to existing operations as well as commitments made with customers and suppliers.
“The production and commercial synergies are many, as are the very exciting growth opportunities. The first Italian multidisciplinary group is established. Moreover, Mobitecno’s involvement in this venture guarantees a bright future for the company”, commented Enrico Fossati, founder and partner at Mobitecno srl.
Founded in 1954, Focaccia Group today is a leader in the automotive market for outfitting vehicles for the transport of persons with disabilities and vehicles for police forces. Additionally, the company designs and manufactures type-approved outfitting components and conversion kits, as well as providing type approval solutions and management IT services. Mobitecno is one of Italy’s leading brands in the outfitting market for medical vehicles and ambulances. It designs and manufactures a complete range of conversions and has been present on the Italian as well as international markets for over 20 years.
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