There is a bit more made in Italy in the German automotive sector. Texa – founded in Monastier di Treviso in 1992 and today the European leader in the design, industrialization and construction of diagnostic tools and devices for the remote diagnosis of cars, motorcycles, trucks, agricultural vehicles and marine engines – recently opened the new German branch. , in Obersulm, north of Stuttgart: a site of over 3,000 square meters that triples the old headquarters in Langenbrettach, operational since 2002.
Germany represents for Texa (which now exports almost 80% of its production), the main world market in the Garage Equipment sector, with approximately 26 million in turnover between independent workshops and manufacturers. I have always wanted my electronic diagnosis tools – said Bruno Vianello, president of Texa at the German inauguration – to have Italian genius and style, combined with Germanic construction quality and solidity. For this we have been certified over the years according to the most stringent German automotive regulations such as Tisax and Vda 6.3. This effort has allowed us to get accredited with the most important German manufacturers, including the Volkswagen Group, which today is one of our major customers. It was a big investment, but developing products in collaboration with German companies has allowed us to grow a lot and acquire technology and know-how. I am therefore extremely happy, precisely at the symbolic completion of Texa’s 18th year, to be here to inaugurate the new German headquarters.
Texa present all over the world, with a widespread distribution network: directly or through branches, it markets in Spain, France, Great Britain, Germany, Poland, Russia, United States, Brazil and Japan. Today there are over 730 employees: a young workforce (the average age of 33), 45% graduated, including over 150 engineers and specialists engaged in Research and Development. The new German branch employs 45 people and acts as an operational base to promote the Texa electric powertrain, with axial architecture, intended for high-end cars, the result of the E-Powertrain division, which has been active for three years.
12 October 2020 (change October 12, 2020 | 17:11)
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