Oerlikon Graziano S.p.A.

Company Profile

■URL

http://www.oerlikon.com/graziano

■Address

corso IV Novembre 53, 10098 Rivoli, Torino, Italy

Business Overview

-The Company is a supplier for high-precision gears, drivelines and shifting solutions.
-The Company supplies products for the automotive, off-highway, and industrial markets.
-The Company owns production facilities in China, India, Europe and the Americas.
-The Company is one of the business units of Oerlikon of Switzerland.

Competitors

Shareholders

-The Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Oerlikon Group and belongs to its Drive Systems business segment.

Products

Automotive Transmissions
-Six-speed transaxles for high performance cars
-Manual/automated manual transmission systems
-Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT)
-Power transfer units for 4WD/FR cars
-Rear differential modules for 4WD/FR cars
-Synchronizers for heavy duty truck transmissions

Electric Vehicle Applications
-Transaxles and transfer cases for the light commercial EV
-Transfer cases for full-electric zero-emission vehicles

Gear & Drive Solutions
-Power shift clutch modules for agricaltural vehicles
-Synchronizers for heavy duty truck transmissions

History

1951 Founded Graziano as a family company.
1963 Opened headquarters in Cascine Vica.
1992 Became part of Saurer AG.
1996-1997 Began production of components for automotive market
1999 Founded Graziano Transmissioni India.
2001 Acquired Magnetto Group Gear Division
2006 Opened plant in Cerveny Kostelec, Czech Republic focused in gear manufacturing and automotive AWD transmissions.
Acquired Fairfield Manufacturing, a US-based market leader in the manufacture of custom gears and special drive solutions.
2007 Merged into Oerlikon Group as Oerlikon Drive Systems.
2012 Sold Poretta plant and Garessio plant in Italy.
2015 Inaugurated the third plant at Sanand in Gujarat, India.

Supplemental Information 1

>>>Business Report through FY ended Dec. 31, 2010
>>>Business Report through FY ended Dec. 31, 2014

>>>Oerlikon Graziano S.p.A. Publications


Archives of Past Exhibits

Note: A figure in brackets ( ) indicates a loss

*Oerlikon Drive Systems includes Oerlikon Graziano and Oerlikon Fairfield.