Italian beginnings, Global Reach
Founded in 1964, Camozzi Automation started when three brothers Attilio, Luigi and Geromino Camozzi began manufacturing pneumatic components for industrial automation. Born in the small, northern Italian village of Lumezzane, the company became a leading industrial solution provider in the automation field. Continuous investments have enabled the company to build and consolidate its international presence and broaden its product offering. A focus on practical solutions has grown the company to 6 production facilities, more than 1700 employees, 24 subsidiaries and 54 distributors across 75 countries.
Solutions for Industrial Automation
For more than 50 years, Camozzi has remained keenly aware that each automation application comes with unique and particular requirements. A process of innovation drives and advances the constant cooperation between research, training, and development. The company conducts research in the proprietary Mechatronics Application and Research Center (MARC) and through joint ventures with the Italian Institute of Technology and University of California at Berkeley. This Italy based company satisfies a wide range of industries and customers by continually investing to expand their product offering and develop specific solutions in various fields. These products have a depth of experience in the life sciences, packaging, transportation, and more. Today, the Camozzi Group provides solutions for industrial automation, motion control, and fluid control systems and components.
A multi-technology approach:
Pneumatics: actuators, valves, FRLs, fittings and vacuum components.
Electric: motors, servo motors, axes, cylinders, and drives.
Proportional: valves, solenoid valves, servo valves and regulators.
Heitek has been partners with Camozzi since 2002, offering a sizeable local stock of pneumatic components and fittings. We also have a breadth of experience in various applications, have powerful internal resources and connect our customers with the Camozzi experts within our local markets.