In September 2021, EMCO opened a new Technology Center in Belforte Monferrato.
EMCO caters to customers from industries which are as versatile as the company's range of products. Traditional small and medium-sized companies have been an integral part of EMCO's customer base for many years.
Thanks to technologically innovative solutions, high flexibility and customer orientation, EMCO has succeeded in recent years in winning the confidence of large international companies, too. Automation solutions and the digitization of processes have been, and continue to be, key topics in the decision processes.
Notwithstanding the difficult framework conditions, the opportunities and chances offered by these business areas allow EMCO to remain very optimistic about the further course of the anniversary year.
"We focus entirely on those aspects that we, as a team, can shape and influence in such a way that they will have a positive effect for our customers, regardless of whether this happens in the area of development, production or service. And, last but not least, it is the excellent order intake of the past months - which seems to be stabilising - that gives us cause for optimism," said Dr. Ing. Stefan Hansch, managing director of EMCO.
In March 2022, it was possible to complete an investment that is essential for the development of the milling machine segment: The property adjacent to EMCO's CNC milling machine production site in Pordenone, one of EMCO's five European production plants, was acquired along with a hall for production expansion purposes.
Thus, EMCO has an additional 2,235 m2 of production space and 270 m2 of office space at its disposal for the upcoming expansion of the UMILL and MMV series.
Sustainability-related investments are already being implemented at the headquarters in Hallein: a complete roof refurbishment and the installation of a 7,900-square-meter photovoltaic system with an output of 400 kWp.